This book is a remarkable compilation of the thoughts of Canada's best thinker, George Grant. Through his interviews, correspondence and lecture transcripts, one gains a greater insight into how his mind could roam over a complex range of thoughts, yet tie them to ordinary experience in a way that escapes most scholars.' Leah Bradshaw, Department of Political Science, Brock University
About the Author
is an associate professor in the School of Social Sciences at York University.Henry Roper
is a retired professor and former director of the King's Foundation Year Programme at the University of King's College.