'Blake's book covers the years 1949 to 1957 and how Newfoundlanders came to be Canadians. It is an impressive, judicious vigorously written work, based on considerable research...it is a fascinating success story.'(Choice)
'Blake adds significantly to our knowledge of Newfoundland's early years as a province, informs the debate, and moves it forward.'(The Canadian Historical Review)
About the Author
Raymond B. Blake is Professor of History at the University of Regina and formerly Director of the Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy. His books include Trajectories of Rural Life: New Perspectives on Rural Canada, co-edited with Andrew Nurse (2003), and Canadians at Last: Canada Integrates Newfoundland as a Province (1994 and 2004).