For more than two decades, William D. Gairdner has been a major voice from the conservative resistance, primarily through his bestselling books The Trouble with Canada . . . Still, The War Against the Family, and The Trouble with Democracy. Now, in this new book, his passionate, probing, and provocative intellect is hard at work, ranging over hot button issues of the day in the spheres of culture, the family, politics, and science. His quick-hit, entertaining, and rousing chapters include qLate Night Thoughts on Equality, q qBaby Seals and Babies, q qMourning Marriage, q and qSix Types of Freedom.q Here's what the famous conservative thinker William F. Buckley Jr. said about Gairdner's original publication of The Trouble with Canada: qHis mobilizing passion wonderfully animates an analytical precision that should be the reason for a national -- binational -- celebration.qOr, you can decide to do the work, and find a secondorder answer.a aWhat is the difference?a I asked, and he answered by pointing to a radio sitting on the desk beside him, one of those older types with a cover, a dial, and a few rotating buttonsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Oh, Oh, Canada!|
|Author||:||William D. Gairdner|
|Publisher||:||BPS Books - 2012-05-04|