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This book is a watershed undertaking on Canadian-American relations and was written by a Canadian author who is well known for his earlier works concerned with the national unity issue in Canada.
Racism, nationalism, and religious bigotry are still the greatest challenges in the regional neighborhoods that make up the world of the twenty-first century. North Americans will soon tear down these "walls that divide" and, at the same time, establish appropriate new ethical standards for their society in the Information Age.
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Brian Brown received his Ph.D from McGill University. A Methodist minister, he is a widely published author and commentator.From Library Journal:
A minister of the United Church of Canada with a doctorate in organizational behavior, Brown here considers the relationships between Canada and the United States. A series of informal chapters skim over such topics as Canadian/U.S. border disputes, abortion, racism, and so on. Brown argues that in many ways Canada and the United States are already working toward common goals and that Canadian contributions to U.S. life are significant though rarely recognized. He envisions the two countries becoming even closer, with NAFTA and the World Wide Web leading the way. Although he intends his work for university seminars and church discussion groups, it lacks the necessary depth (no footnotes, limited sources) for scholars and would require some kind of study guide for discussion. An optional purchase.?Linda L. McEwan, Elgin Community Coll., Ill.
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Book Description Cross Cultural Pubns/Crossroads, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0940121417