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To my thinking, this is not the same thing as Who Owns Canada Now since the author herself spends a great deal of time writing about the good and bad of allowing non Canadians to own Canadian resources, and devotes most of the book to telling the reader that most of the Canadians she writes about own vast amounts of foriegn based businesses.
A book that could properly support the title Who Owns Canada Now would instead have told me things like how much of Canada's land and businesses are owned by the crown, by provincial governments, and by private citizens. I have finished the book and I have learned none of this.
Also, the reader reads to fast espcially in the first of the book like he is in a race. Also, the author is female writing in the first person but the reader is male and that bothers me that he is always saying 'I' when it does not fit my mental image of the author.
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In context of 10 years ago when written, it would still be dull and reflective more of the author's acknowledging her relationships with the 1% while trying to maintain she was not one of them.