What We Talk About When We Talk About War Paperback – Apr 6 2012
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A book worthy of joining some of the greatest examinations of human behaviour. Alex Davis, espritdecorps.ca (20120424)
Definitely a book that will get people talking and turn a few heads, I couldn't recommend it more. Alex Davis, espritdecorps.ca (20120424)
The book offers considerable meat to chew. . . . I cant agree with all of Richlers analysis, but I am grateful he has raised some important issues that have not been, but should have been, fully debated in Parliament and in the rest of the country this past decade. Paul Gessell, The Ottawa Citizen (20120509)
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The campaign in Afghanistan transformed Canada into a warrior nation. What does this say about our country and its future?
"A country once proud of its role as a peace-making moderate is being reconstructed as a Canada defined by war, violence and death. Noah Richler has taken the trouble to tell us why Canadians should worry." — Desmond Morton, author of
Who Speaks for Canada?
"A fine polemic . . . You don't have to agree with everything Noah Richler says — I don't — but you must take him seriously." — Margaret MacMillan, author of Paris 1919
"A tonic to the spirit, Richler's book explores the rootedness of Canadian values and connects them to the experience of life in an enormous and damn lucky country." — James Laxer, author of Tecumseh and Brock
"Noah Richler has written an important book of great clarity, insight and courage. This book deserves to be read and discussed in every political office, classroom, book club and legion hall in the country." — Ron Graham, author of The Last ActSee all Product Description