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The Relevance of Canadian History

by Robin W. Winks

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0819168319, Paperback)

In this concise and sharply focused study, the author draws upon his extensive background in Canadian and British colonial and imperial history, to eloquently propose that the study of history be comparative rather than national. In this series of three revised lectures he examines the frontier experiences of Canada and the United States; the idea of Mother Dominion and the idea of American imperialism. Originally published by Macmillan of Canada in 1979.

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