Lament for a Nation: The Defeat of Canadian Nationalism

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 2005 - History - 99 pages
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Canadians have relatively few binding national myths, but one of the most pervasive and enduring is the conviction that the country is doomed. In 1965 George Grant passionately defended Canadian identity by asking fundamental questions about the meaning and future of Canada's political existence. In
  

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A very interesting examination of Canadian nationalism....I found myself both agreeing and disagreeing with Grant and most often found myself in amazement how the 2 parties have changed over the years ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
3
Chapter Two
8
Chapter Three
26
Chapter Four
37
Chapter Five
52
Chapter Six
67
Chapter Seven
86
Afterword
97
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George P. Grant (1918-1988) was the author of Philosophy in the Mass Age, Technology and Empire, English-Speaking Justice, and Technology and Justice.
Andrew Potter is a visiting fellow at the Centre de Recherche en Ethique at the Université de Montréal,

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