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America and the Canadian Presence

Christopher Sands

From this happy moment in the U.S.-Canadian relationship, what can we expect next? The challenges facing both countries in the coming years will be significant, and it will be better for citizens of both countries if the governments of Canada and the Unites States can find ways to respond to these challenges in a cooperative or at least complementary fashion.

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