Nationalism without walls: the unbearable lightness of being Canadian
Featuring a new epilogue bringing various aspects of Gwyn’s analysis up-to-date – in particular a new section on Quebec – Gwyn explores the various options available to post-referendum Canada. Nationalism Without Walls, a profound examination of Canadian nationhood by one of our leading political commentators, remains essential reading for everyone trying to come to terms with the nature of Canada.
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