The World's Great Speeches - Canada; South America, South Africa, India and China Summary & Analysis

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Canada; South America, South Africa, India and China Summary and Analysis

Sir John A. Macdonald writes "On Canadian Freedom," citing the need for a unified Parliament without regard to "upper" and "lower" Canada. Macdonald cites the success of the America in uniting the individual colonies as a model for his plan, which he says has met with almost universal approval. Sir Wilfrid Laurier writes in "Canada, England and the United States" of the need to improve relations with other countries. He says the United States and Canada have a "brotherly" relationship but says it can be made better. In "The Voice of the Empire," Sir Robert Laird Borden writes of the differences of people in times of war than in times of peace.

In "Address at Angostura," Simon Bolivar reminds legislators of the Second National Congress of Venezuela...

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