Americans offer assume they know their northern neighbor, Canada. Canadians are, after all, pretty much like Americans, except for the people of Quebec who--depending on who you ask--may not "really" be Canadians anyway (!). But what Americans don't know is that Canada is one of the world's leading economic powers, and that the American government often takes the relationship for granted. They shouldn't! In this insightful book Bill Seavey examines U.S/Canadian relations from several focal points and he finds we never fewer assumptions and more understanding if the U.S. wants to keep on good terms wuth their biggest and most imporant trading partner.
Following publication of AmeriCanada? author William Seavey has begun a blog on Canadian and American Cooperation.
It can be accessed via the website below or through Seavey's Facebook fan site also headed Canadian and American Cooperation.
People interested in discussing issues related to politics, economics, history, or imigration (above or below the 49th parallel) are invited to participate.