Malcolm, the Nat. Affairs Correspondent for The New York Times, and the former Canadian Bureau Chief of the Times, describes his 4-year adventure wandering Canada's vast expanse from top to bottom and side to side. What began as professional travels soon became also a voyage of personal discovery. Americans usually seek to see superficially what is the same between them and Canadians, while Canadians usually look only for what is different and wrong &, hopefully, both. Through his travels, Malcolm found his assigned country changing, and discovered himself changing too. Chapters: Geography; The People; The U.S. and Canada; The Economy; and My Canada. Black-&-white photos.
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The information is dated, of course, but what makes the book fun are Malcolm's descriptions of people living in extreme conditions and loving it, and his fond recollections of 50's boyhood visits to ... Read full review
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