4.0 out of 5 stars
Intriguing, interesting ... but somewhat repititive, April 11 2003
It is a fairly comprehensive social analysis that describes the Canadian mindset: recent past, current trends, the causes behind some of the paradigm shifts mentioned in the book.
The findings appear to be based on a wide range of studies and statistics, but unfortunately the authors do not mention their references in footnotes or in a bibliography.
The book describes in great lengths the "Tory Touch" that differentiates Canadians from the Americans. However, the authors are quite repetitive throughout the book.
I would recommed it to anyone interested in learning more about how Canadians perceive their national priorities and objectives. It would be particularly useful to people involved in politics and social policies.