Abandonment of Settlements & Regions

Forbes, H.D.
February 1997
Books in Canada;Feb97, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p66
Presents criticisms to the literary works of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau in Canada. Opposition against nationalism; Contents of literary collections; Stand on the issue of nuclear war.


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