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Canada and France
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A 7 page paper which examines the history and evolution of Canada and France. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAcanfrn.rtf

Canada and Muslims
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This 3-page paper seeks to examine the status of Muslims in Canada and what effects the Canadian lifestyle has on their culture. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVCanMus.rtf

Canada and the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis
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A 10 page contention that while the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis composed the first real threat to North American territory since the bombing of Pearl Harbor in World War II, the reaction of the two countries most threatened by this crisis was considerably different. The U.S. reaction was swift yet perhaps somewhat premature. Canadian reaction was considerably slower. Concludes that while many criticize Canada's reaction to the Cuban Missile Crisis and the U.S. request for Canadian alert, her caution was actually prudent given the threat of all-out nuclear world war as a result of U.S. actions and the concerns for Canadian sovereignty in regard to the control of her military. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPCanMis.rtf

Canada and the Cold War
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A 9 page research paper that discusses political issues in Canada during the early cold war era. There is a prevalent Canadian national ideology that Canada is 'altruistic, nice, unmilitary and without territorial ambition' (Dawson, 2003, p. 629). In his review of a text by S.M. Maloney, Dawson (2003) relates that Maloney's thesis in this work is that this idea originates with the idea that Canada's approach to maintaining national security during the Cold War revolved peacekeeping and the nation's role in UN peacekeeping missions (Dawson, 2003). This attack on the image of Canada naturally brings up numerous questions about the reality of Canadian life during the Cold War era. How well did Canada live up to the ideology of its image? Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: khcancw.rtf


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