Canada and the United States: Ambivalent Allies

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University of Georgia Press, 2002 - Political Science - 406 pages
The United States and Canada have the world's largest trading relationship and the longest shared border. Spanning the period from the American Revolution to post-9/11 debates over shared security, Canada and the United States offers a current, thoughtful assessment of relations between the two countries.
 

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JOHN HERD THOMPSON is professor and chair of the Department of History at Duke University and director of Duke's Canadian Studies Program. His previous books include Forging the Prairie West. STEPHEN I. RANDALL is dean of the faculty of social sciences at the University of Calgary. His previous books include Colombia and the United States: Hegemony and Interdependence (Georgia).

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