Whenever Canada is examined as a society, it is almost always considered in terms of its identity crises, bicultural problems, or its agonies as a small raw nation in thrall to one or another overdeveloped empire. It is rarely viewed through the prism of its status as one of the world’s most successful capitalist states.By Peter C. Newman18 min
A dangerous trend is now developing in the realm of Canadian nationalism. We must establish ourselves as a cultural identity distinct from the United States, but this must not be done by trying to follow some path to a distinctly Canadian culture — for there is no such thing.
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