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2 edition of 4th Canadian American-American Affairs meeting weighs problems of continent. found in the catalog.

4th Canadian American-American Affairs meeting weighs problems of continent.

Conference on Canadian-American Affairs, 1941.

4th Canadian American-American Affairs meeting weighs problems of continent.

by Conference on Canadian-American Affairs, 1941.

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Published by Business Machines in New York .
Written in English


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Pagination4 sheets illus., port.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14860049M

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He starts with the Canadian ideas after that war for involving, and containing, the United States in the work of the United Nations. From to there existed a unique ‘meeting of the continents’ — the International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World in the UK, at first in London and then also in other parts of the country, the Book Fair brought together people from across the globe to participate in debates, forums, readings, musical events, films, plays and other cultural productions as well.

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Located in the northern part of the continent, it extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean.

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The result is this volume in which the contributors to discuss this important and controversial area of Canadian. American Affairs is a quarterly journal of public policy and political thought. It was founded to provide a forum for people who believe that the conventional partisan platforms are no longer relevant to the most pressing challenges facing our country.

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