Canada and the Canadian Question
Smith calls the country a profoundly unnatural one, with no real reason to exist. He believes that it would be far more natural for the Canadian confederation and the United States to merge into a single country, with few significant differences between the two peoples.
The Canadian system of government is considered to be fundamentally worse than the US model, with Canada being a far more elitist country. The Canadian nation is portrayed to be a geographic, ethnic, economic and political absurdity, with its ultimate destiny in political union with the United States.
- Kelly, Stéphane; The Republic of Northern America; 26 December 2006; opinion piece; Toronto Star; Canada; (2020); accessed September 2015.
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