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Two decades ago The Trouble with Canada sparked a conservative renewal and inspired a generation.

Now, in this completely revised update, William D. Gairdner rejoins the battle, showing that Canada suffered a disturbing regime change in the last quarter of the twentieth century and is now caught between two irreconcilable styles of government: top-down collectivism and bottom-up individualism.

The result is a regime besotted with high taxation and big government, a welfare culture that rewards laziness, and a hug-a-thug mentality that betrays justice.

In The Trouble with Canada ... Still! Gairdner puts familiar topics under a searing new light, and recent issues, such as immigration, diversity, and corruption of the law, are confronted head on, yielding many startling -- and sure to be controversial -- conclusions. This book is a clarion call to arms for Canada to examine and renew itself before it is too late.

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