Re-Creation, Fragmentation and Resilience: A Brief History of Canada Since 1945

Oxford University Press

This text is an engaging survey of post-Second World War Canada, exploring ten themes key to the Canadian experience since 1945. An accessible narrative brings together recent scholarship to show how Canadians first re-created the nation following the Second World War, then experienced the fragmentation of the Canada that had emerged, and ultimately remained committed to Canada as a nation-state and community.

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