1 edition of Support for Canadian studies in Britain. found in the catalog.
Support for Canadian studies in Britain.
by Canadian High Commission, Academic Relations Division in London
Written in English
Offprint from Canadian academic newsheet, no.21 (autumn 1985).
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Historical studies have focused on numerous small-scale movements which are helpful in comparisons of Canadian and American politics. In the early years of the United States, many American political figures were in favour of invading and annexing Canada, and even pre-approved Canada's admission to the U.S. in the Articles of Confederation in An October poll of Americans measured support for the death penalty at 64%, a figure that was significantly higher than the 44% support measured in Canada and the 49% support found in Great Britain during December polls. Support for the death penalty recently declined in both Great Britain and Canada, but remained the same in the U.S.
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