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Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze in the Dark: The West Versus by Mary Janigan

By Mary Janigan

The oil sands. worldwide warming. The nationwide strength software. notwithstanding those look like sleek Canadian topics, writer Mary Janigan unearths them to be a legacy of longstanding local contention. anything of a "Third Solitude" considering coming into Confederation, the West has lengthy been overshadowed through Canada's different nice nationwide debate: yet because the clash over normal assets and their impact on weather switch heats up, one hundred fifty years of antipathy are coming to a head. Janigan takes readers again to a pivotal second in 1918, while Canada's western premiers descended on Ottawa made up our minds to manage their very own future--and as Margaret MacMillan did in Paris 1919, she deftly illustrates how the consequences reverberate to at the present time.

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