January 18, 2014

U.S.-Canada Merger: Bad for Canada

Conrad Black, National Post

The Associated Press

There are three problems with Diane’s merger plan: The Americans won’t pay; the Canadians won’t accept; and you can’t have a partial takeover — i.e. some Canadians selling their interest in the national patrimony to the United States while the others do not.

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