Canada: Reclaiming the Middle Ground


Donald G. Lenihan, Gordon Robertson, and Roger Tassé (eds.)
1994 | 161 pages

The 1990 death of the Meech Lake Accord exposed deep differences in the way Canadians see their country; the 1995 Quebec referendum on sovereignty nearly tore it apart. The sovereignist and federalist camps are polarized. This book explores the middle ground; the authors call on Canadians to reclaim it. At a time when many have vacated the middle, this reasoned appeal for flexibility and a spirit of accommodation merits a wide readership.

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