Today and Tomorrow Volume 18 Great Britain, The Empire & America: Columbia, or the Future of Canada Albyn or Scotland and the Future Achates or Canada in the Empire Caledonia or the Future of the Scots Hibernia or the Future of Ireland

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Godwin, Grieve, Harris, Thomson, Waller

Published April 16, 2008
Reference - 468 Pages
ISBN 9780415463485 - CAT# RU53741

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Or the Future of Canada

George Godwin

Originally published in 1928

"Deserves grave study." Evening Standard

"Indicates aptly that the future of Canada lies with the USA…" Time and Tide

In this volume the future of Canada is discussed from political, social and economic standpoints. The possibility of Canada’s union with America is also examined.



Or Scotland and the Future

C M Grieve

Originally published in 1927

A vigorous answer, explicit and implicit to Caledonia, tracing the movements of a real Scottish revival, in music, art, literature and politics and coming to the conclusion that there is a chance for the regeneration of the Scottish people.


Achates, or Canada in the Empire

W Eric Harris

Originally published in 1929

An answer to Columbia, written by a Canadian, maintaining that Canada will maintain herself as before within the British Empire and co-operation (but no more) with the United States.



Or the Future of the Scots

George Malcolm Thomson

Originally published in 1927

"It is relentless and terrible in its exposure of the realities that underlie the myth of "the canny Scot"." Irish Statesman

"As a piece of incisive writing and powerful yet restrained invective, Caledonia is specially notable." Spectator

Highly critical of post-Union policy in Scotland, this volume presents a scathing analysis of the Scot and his country in the first half of the twentieth century.



Hibernia or the Future of Ireland

Bolton C Waller

Originally published in 1928

"An earnest and challenging piece of work." Irish Times

"Notable in a notable series." Foreign Affairs

This volume maintains that Ireland is being re-born and that whilst rebirth is a painful process it is nonetheless a joyful event.



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