Holding the Bullys Coat: Canada and the U.S. Empire
Written by Linda McQuaig.
Published by Doubleday Canada, 2007.
|In this provocative, passionate, and timely book, award-winning
journalist Linda McQuaig argues that we should reject the role of adjunct to
the U.S. Empire, and have the courage to find our own way in the world.
Attempting to please our powerful neighbour, Ottawa has abandoned Canadas
traditional role as a leading peacekeeping nation, and instead adopted a more
militaristic, warlike stance, battling insurgents in Afghanistan as a junior
partner in the U.S. "war on terror."
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As in all her previous books, Linda McQuaig strips away the comforting illusions peddled by those in our elite. With her trademark combination of research, analysis, irreverence and passion, McQuaigs Holding the Bullys Coat shows how the elite has pushed us down a path with far-reaching consequences for us as a nation, and for our ability to find our own way in the world.
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