Football, frats, and fun vs. commuters, cold, and ...
|Section title||Football, frats, and fun vs. commuters, cold, and carping: the social and psychological context of higher education in Canada and the United States|
|Section author(s)||Henry F. Srebrnik|
|Book title||Canada and the United States: differences that count|
|Book editor(s)||David M. Thomas|
|Abstract||Less is more: contrasting styles in health care / Robert G. Evans -- What price Canadian? Taxation and debt compared / David Perry -- Tangled tale: unions in Canada and the United States / John Richards -- Is your money safe? Depository institutions in Canada and the United States / Helmut H. Binhammer and Philip F. Bartholomew -- Comparing Canadian performance in environmental policy / George Hoberg -- Dividing the spoils: American and Canadian Federalism / Francois Rocher -- Grass is always greener: prime ministerial vs presidential government / Jennifer Smith. Tale of two senates / Roger Gibbins -- Will of the people: democratic practice in Canada and the United States / Peter Mccormick -- Checkmate and stalemate: formal constitutional change in Canada and the United States / David Thomas -- Two nations under law / Hon. Mr. Justice R.P. Kerans -- Inalienable rights and reasonable limits: the US Bill of Rights and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms / Christopher P. Manfredi -- Issue of self-government: Canadian and American aboriginal policy compared / Kathy Brock -- Gender and society: rights and realities / Manon Tremblay. Melting pot and mosaic: images and realities / Tamara Palmer Seiler -- Question of character: political reporting in Canada and the United States / David Taras -- And not by bread alone: the battle over Canadian culture / Jamie Portman -- Divergent visions, common problems: Canadian and American foreign policy traditions / Stephen J. Randall -- Football, frats, and fun vs. commuters, cold, and carping: the social and psychological context of higher education in Canada and the United States / Henry Srebrnik.|
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