By Garth Stevenson
Garth Stevenson examines the origins of Canada and the us and their prior studies with incorporating chosen immigrant teams, fairly Irish, chinese language, and Jews. developing the foundational ways that they put new teams inside of their societies, Stevenson then outlines how the united states and Canadian structures built immigration coverage and dealt with distinction, detailing their remedy of "enemy extraterrestrial beings" in the course of either global wars, their event with minority languages, and up to date Islamophobia. He additionally stories the advent of multiculturalism into the lexicon and coverage of the 2 international locations and provides a nuanced research of ways its which means is known otherwise on contrary facets of the border.
An obtainable and illuminating paintings, construction countries from variety highlights the tremendous ameliorations among the USA and Canada yet finally concludes that they're extra comparable than so much observe and are most likely turning into extra alike.
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Building Nations from Diversity: Canadian and American Experience Compared (McGill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History; Series One) by Garth Stevenson