Fearful Symmetry

Fearful Symmetry

The Rise of Quebec Nationalism, the Boomers, and the "New Canada"

Book - 2009
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In the 1960s, Canada began a seismic shift away from the core policies and values upon which the country had been built. A nation of "makers" transformed itself into a nation of "takers." Crowley argues that the time has come for the pendulum to swing back--back to a time when Canadians were less willing to rely on the state for support; when people went where the work was rather than waiting for the work to come to them. Thought-provoking, meticulously detailed and ultimately polarizing, Fearful Symmetry is required reading for anyone who is interested in where this country began, where it's been, and where it's going.
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Books, c2009
ISBN: 9781554701889
1554701880
Branch Call Number: 971.064 C886f
Characteristics: 359 p

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Jan 10, 2010

right-wing rant but great to see books like this in Canada (we need more of these views), hope he is correct about a return to more traditional values but I suspect that Wall/Bay streets pretty much own the future

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