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Canada and the United States: Differences That Count, Third Edition [Paperback]

David Thomas , Barbara Boyle Torrey

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction, David M. Thomas and Barbara Boyle Torrey Data Gold Mines and Minefields: Doing Comparative Research on Canada and the United States, Barbara Boyle Torrey Part I: Perceptions, Values, and Democracy 1. Imagining Each Other, Stephen Brooks 2. Canadian and American Values Divergences: The Narcissism of Small Differences? Michael Adams 3. Football, Frats, and Fun vs. Commuters, Cold, and Carping: The Social and Psychological Context of Higher Education in Canada and the United States, Henry Srebrnik (with David M. Thomas) 4. Population Tectonics: Births, Deaths, and Immigration in North America, Barbara Boyle Torrey Appendix I: Data Sources for Future Research Part II: Social Policies and Safety Nets 5. Race, Territorial Integration, and Public Policy in the United States and Canada, Gerard W. Boychuk 6. Extravagant Americans, Healthier Canadians: The Bottom Line in North American Health Care, Robert G. Evans 7. Welfare, Safety Nets, and Values, John Harles 8. What Price Canadian? Taxation and Debt Compared, David Perry Appendix II: Data Sources for Future Research Part III: Laws, Crimes, and Courts 9. Two Nations Under Law, Hon. Roger P. Kerans 10. Unexpected Convergences: Judging Democracy in the Canadian and US Supreme Courts, Christopher Manfredi and Mark Rush 11. Crime and Crime Trends in Canada and the United States, Marc Ouimet 12. Rhetoric, Reality, and Rights: Comparing Canadian and American Aboriginal Policy, Kathy Brock Appendix III: Data Sources for Future Research Part IV: Political Institutions and Politics 13. Past Futures: The Development and Evolution of American and Canadian Federalism, David M. Thomas 14. A Tale of Two Senates, Roger Gibbins and Peter McCormick 15. Prime Ministers and Presidents, Jennifer Smith 16. Turning Out or Tuning Out? Electoral Participation in Canada and the United States, Michael Martinez 17. Environmental Policy in Canada and the United States: Climate Change and Continuing Distinctiveness, Debora VanNijnatten 18. Resolving Disputes: No One Path, David Biette Appendix IV: Data Sources for Future Research Conclusion: Improving Our Mutual Understanding, David M. Thomas Notes on Contributors Index

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