My goodness this was an illuminating book.
Ken Dryden, one of this country's towering members, wrote a book to explain Canada to Canadians. And I thank him for it.
In it he tells a bit about our history, our collective personality and our relationship to America.
The bulk of the book explains the Harper years. Which was fascinating, not being a politically engaged person, I always "felt" that something was off about his terms as Prime Minister, now I understand why.
The last few chapters explores how our collective sense of self is evolving and becoming something quite unique.
Having been published in 2010 I think a new edition would be a welcomed thing. Many of his observations have proven true and have evolved since then.
This was the first book of Dryden's that I've read and I was very impressed by it.