Identities in North America: The Search for Community
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Identities in North America: The Search for Community

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This is a wide-ranging inquiry into the forces that define the nations of North America and that, through convergence, are bringing North America's peoples and institutions closer together. These socio-cultural and regional forces form a web of factors that goes beyond trade and investment policy to articulate each nation's sense of identity through its history, values, an...more
Paperback, 268 pages
Published February 1st 1995 by Stanford University Press
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I began reading intensively when I was 10 or so and writing intensively when I was about 15 or 16. I studied literature and writing at Princeton (undergraduate) and Johns Hopkins (graduate) and then spent two decades earning a living as a diplomat. During that time, I wrote on the side, publishing short stories in little magazines. In my fifties, I was able to retire--sort of--and published my fir...more
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