Anti-Americanism in Canada, Before and After Iraq

@article{Bow2008AntiAmericanismIC,
  title={Anti-Americanism in Canada, Before and After Iraq},
  author={Brian J. Bow},
  journal={American Review of Canadian Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={38},
  pages={341 - 359}
}
  • B. Bow
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • American Review of Canadian Studies
When Americans think about anti-Americanism, they are likely to think of angry demonstrations in Pakistan, stuffy French intellectuals, or maybe a surly cab driver they once ran into in Mexico. Most are not likely to think of Canada, at least not right away. In fact, Americans who haven't had a lot of direct experience with Canadians might be mystified by the idea that there could be anti-Americanism in Canada, given that Canada seems to have so much in common with the United States, and… Expand
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