A  HISTORY OF CANADA FOR AMERICANS by  Bart

A HISTORY OF CANADA FOR AMERICANS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The belongs to both countries, and speaks with authority on his land for the Americans to the south who -- he says, quite rightly, -- know too little their nearest neighbor. Through a well balanced nurvey of a difficult he some of the reasons for differences as well as likes, he shows the long periods of which preceded the still longer period of peace; he anal reasons for continued misunderstandings and hesitant friendship. Canada as a country by geography, race, language, religion; a country influenced by successive periods of our own history, sometimes paralleling, duplicating later on, sometimes diverging sharply. There is drama and add in the story, the personalities that built Canada are well drawn. Only in the analysis Canada at war it seen to me he falls short.

Pub Date: May 4th, 1942
Publisher: Univ. of Minnesota Press