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Title: The Squeaking Wheel or How I Learned to Stop Worrying About the French and Love the Bomb
Description: Canada: Rubicon Press Limited, 1965. First Edition. Paperback. 103 pages. Former owner's information upon half-title page. English Canada's reply to the so-called 'French Fact." Imagine the English Canadians finally having their say about Quebec! There's a chuckle on every page - more than one on many occasions - to help make some of the uglier facts more palatable. A perffect blend of humour and history, of laughter and of shock. Perhaps the first real attempt by English Canadians to say a strong 'phooey' to all the French unrest in Quebec. Accomplished with sophistication and wit... agree with it or not... you'll be entertained greatly and probably slightly educated at the same time.. Good .

Keywords: Canadianathe 103 . Owner' Half Title . 's So Called ' . " Fin

Price: US$ 39.95 Seller: RareNonFiction.com - Rare Books and Magazines
- Book number: 71206500

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