A look at how a major confrontation between Canada and the First Nations could erupt, and how it might be prevented.

There are few greater tragedies than a war waged by a society against itself. As Time Bomb shows, a catastrophic confrontation between Canada’s so-called “settler” and First Nations communities is not only feasible, it is, in theory, inevitable. Grievances, prejudice, and other factors all combine to make the likelihood of a First Nations uprising very real.

Time Bomb describes how a nationwide insurgency could unfold, how the "usual" police and military reactions to First Nations protests would only worsen such a situation, and how, on the other hand, innovative policies might defuse the smouldering time bomb in our midst.

The question all Canadians and First Nations must answer is this: Must we all suffer the disaster of a great national insurgency or will we act together to extinguish the growing danger in our midst?

Format
EPUB
Protección
DRM Protected
Colaborador
Bonnie Butlin (Autor del prefacio)
Fecha de publicación
29 de noviembre de 2014
Editor
Colección
Número de páginas
152
ISBN
9781459727892
ISBN papel
9781459727878
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