Re-creation, Fragmentation, and Resilience

Re-Creation, Fragmentation, and Resilience tells the story of post Second World War Canada by exploring ten themes key to the Canadian experience since 1945. Dimitry Anastakis helps students to look at the period not only through the lens of traditional themes such a politics and foreign policy, but also through new, innovative themes such as the environment, the family, and technology.

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