Two Nations

An Essay on the Culture and Politics of Canada and Quebec in a World of American Pre-eminence

by Susan Crean and Marcel Rioux

Two Nations addresses questions about the survival of the English-Canadian and Quebec society and culture which are usually discussed in isolation by each perspective on this important subject.

Two Nations is the product of an unusual and very fruitful collaboration between two writers: one, a young anglophone critic who has been active in cultural affairs in Canada for more than a decade; the other, a distinguished Quebec scholar and historical.  Together, they address questions about the survival of the English-Canadian and Quebec society and culture which are usually discussed in isolation by each perspective on this important subject.

About the Author

SUSAN CREAN worked as a freelance journalist and television producer until she began writing full-time. She was also Chair of The Writers Union from 1991-92.

MARCEL RIOUX has long played an active and vital role in Quebec life, earning the respect of people of all political views.

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