1. More Questions of Balance
  2. Michèle Lacombe
  3. pp. 3-202
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  1. Nation, Identity, Rights: Reflections on W.L. Morton’s Canadian Identity
  2. Ramsay Cook
  3. pp. 5-18
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  1. Political Space and Economic Space: Quebec and the Empire of the St. Lawrence
  2. Ralph Heintzman
  3. pp. 19-63
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  1. “The Pleasure is Exquisite but Violent”: The Imaginary Geography of Niagara Falls in the Nineteenth Century
  2. Karen Dubinsky
  3. pp. 64-88
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  1. Idealized Middle-Class Sport for a Young Nation: Lacrosse in Nineteenth-Century Ontario Towns, 1871–1891
  2. Nancy B. Bouchier
  3. pp. 89-110
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  1. Harold Innis’s Dialectical Triad
  2. Edward Comor
  3. pp. 111-127
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  1. Pragmatism Over Principle: The Canadian Neutrality League, 1938–39
  2. David A. Lenarcic
  3. pp. 128-146
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  1. Mistaking Liberalism for Feminism: Spousal Support in Canada
  2. Janet Hough
  3. pp. 147-164
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  1. A Story as Sharp as a Knife, Part 3: The Polyhistorical Mind
  2. Robert Bringhurst
  3. pp. 165-175
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  1. Letter to the Editor
  2. Jill Vickers
  3. p. 175
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  1. The Other North Americans: Exceptionalism in the Recent Literature of Canada’s Relations with the Countries of the Caribbean Basin
  2. David Sheinin
  3. pp. 176-188
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  1. Eclectic Views
  2. Ruth Panofsky
  3. pp. 189-194
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  1. New Books
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