Canada And The United States, A Centennial Retrospective

Can a nice, sensitive, schizophrenic young dominion of only one hundred find happiness on the border of a rich, overbearing old republic nearly twice her age?

As Canada completes her first century as a nation and celebrates with a world exposition at Montreal, we present an article by a well-known Canadian, the political reporter and, historian Bruce Hutchison. He addresses the surprising turns and juxtapositions of that relationship since Canada's Confederation in 1867.