George Grant

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Dundurn, Jan 1, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages

George Grant’s Lament for a Nation led some to call him a Red Tory and the dominant force behind the Canadian nationalist movement of the 1970s. Today, reading George Grant’s books helps us to understand the full implications of American-led, technology-driven globalization on everyday life.

 

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Contents

1 The Sound of a Siren
1
2 A Child of the British Empire
13
3 Always in the Familus Schools
25
4 The Conscience of an Objector
39
5 A Window on the Country
57
6 After the War Yes Sir
69
7 Philosophy in the Mass Age
81
8 Lament for a Nation
97
9 Technology and Empire
113
10A Lone Wolf by the Seashore
129
Redefining George Grant Redefining Canada
139
Chronology of George Grant 19181988
151
Sources Consulted
173
Index
175
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About the author (2001)

Regina-born novelist, book reviewer, cultural critic, and award-winning memoirist TF Rigelhof resides in Montreal, Canada.

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