Canada after Bush: How the Next U.S. President Could Affect Our Country

Canada after Bush: How the Next U.S. President Could Affect Our Country

Prepared by: Jeff Rochwerg

Date: October 2008

The Rideau Institute has provided a comprehensive guide to the 2008 U.S. election through an overview of the two primary candidates: Barack Obama and John McCain. Rochwerg explores where each candidate stands on various campaign issues such as free trade and the economy, climate change, energy security, Afghanistan and foreign policy, and continental security.

Reference:

Rochwerg, Jeff. Canada after Bush: How the Next U.S. President Could Affect Our Country. October 2008. Rideau Institute.

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