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.
Distilling a mass of detail concerning cultural, economic, and
political developments of mutual importance over more than two
centuries, this survey enables readers to grasp quickly the essence
of the shared experience of these two countries.
This edition of Canada and the United States has been
extensively rewritten and updated throughout to reflect new
scholarly arguments, emphases, and discoveries. In addition, there
is new material on such topics as energy, the environment, cultural
and economic integration, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, border
security, missile defense, and the second administration of George
Subjects: History, Political Science
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