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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