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Keith Brownsey; Michael Howlett (editors). The Provincial State in Canada: Politics in the Provinces and Territories. Broadview Press. 2001. 494pp.

Phillip Buckner. Canada and the End of Empire. UBC Press. 2005. 328pp.

Stephen Clarkson. Uncle Sam and Us: Globalization, Neoconservatism, and the Canadian State. University of Toronto Press. 2002. 534pp.

Wallace Clement (editor). Understanding Canada: Building on the New Canadian Political Economy. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1996. 408pp.

Susan Delacourt. United We Fall: The Crisis of Democracy in Canada. Viking. 1992. 458pp.

David Brian Dewitt; John J. Kirton. Canada as a Principal Power: A Study in Foreign Policy and International Relations. John Wiley and Sons. 1983. 478pp.

Michael Dorland; Maurice Charland. Law, Rhetoric and Irony in the Formation of Canadian Civil Culture. University of Toronto Press. 2002. 359pp.

Alvin Finkel. Our Lives: Canada After 1945. J. Lorimer. 1997. 423pp.

John L. Finlay. Canada in the North Atlantic Triangle: Two Centuries of Social Change. Oxford University Press. 1975. 343pp.

Peter Foster. The Blue-Eyed Sheiks: The Canadian Oil Establishment. Collins. 1979. 320pp.

Don Gillmor; Pierre Turgeon. Canada: A People's History. McClelland & Stewart. 2000. 320pp.

J. L. Granatstein. Canada, 1957-1967: The Years of Uncertainty and Innovation. McClelland and Stewart. 1986. 375pp.

William B. Hamilton. Place Names of Atlantic Canada. University of Toronto Press. 1996. 502pp.

William George Hardy. From Sea Unto Sea: Canada, 1850 to 1910: The Road to Nationhood. Doubleday. 1960. 528pp.

Carin Holroyd; Ken Coates. Pacific Partners: The Japanese Presence in Canadian Business, Society, and Culture. James Lorimer & Company. 1996. 186pp.

Samuel V. LaSelva. The Moral Foundations of Canadian Federalism: Paradoxes, Achievements and Tragedies of Nationhood. McGill-Queen's Press. 1996. 264pp.

Beth Light; Veronica Strong-Boag. True Daughters of the North: Canadian Women's History: An Annotated Bibliography. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. 1980. 210pp.

Roy MacLaren. Commissions High: Canada in London, 1870-1971. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2006. 567pp.

Costas Melakopides. Pragmatic Idealism: Canadian Foreign Policy, 1945-1995. McGill-Queen's Press. 1998. 241pp.

Dennis Pilon. The Politics of Voting: Reforming Canada's Electoral System. Emond Montgomery Publications. 2007. 209pp.

Anthony M. Sayers. Parties, Candidates, and Constituency Campaigns in Canadian Elections. University of British Columbia Press. 1999. 254pp.

John Herd Thompson; Stephen J. Randall. Canada and the United States: Ambivalent Allies. University of Georgia Press. 2002. 406pp.

Frederick Vaughan. The Canadian Federalist Experiment: From Defiant Monarchy to Reluctant Republic. McGill-Queen's Press. 2003. 232pp.

R. Kent Weaver (editor). The Collapse of Canada?. Brookings Institution Press. 1992. 186pp. The question of Quebec sovereignty.

Nelson Wiseman. In Search of Canadian Political Culture. UBC Press. 2007. 346pp.

George Woodcock. The Century that Made Us: Canada, 1814-1914. Oxford University Press. 1989. 280pp.

Robert Wright. Virtual Sovereignty: Nationalism, Culture, and the Canadian Question. Canadian Scholars' Press. 2004. 300pp.

Graeme Wynn. Canada and Arctic North America: An Environmental History. ABC-CLIO. 2007. 503pp.

Morris Zaslow. The Opening of the Canadian North, 1870-1914. McClelland and Stewart. 1971. 339pp.




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