Nixon, Ford and Trudeau Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Nixon, Ford and Trudeau
An exploration of Canadian-American relations in the 1970s.
# 144089 | 1,250 words | 5 sources | 2009 | US


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The paper's first secton focuses on Richard Nixon and Trudeau, the second section looks a Ford and Trudeau and the argument is made that relations changed fundamentally; they were bad during Nixon and good during ford.

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"The relationship between Canada and the United States has always been a complicated one. At times it is very positive and a great deal of co-operation occurs between the two countries. At other times it has been extremely tense. To a large degree the tone of these relationships has been shaped by the relationship between the President of the United States and the Prime Minister of Canada. This essay will look at the relationship between two Presidents and one Canadian Prime Minister. The Presidents are Richard M. Nixon who governed from 1969 to 1974 and Gerald Ford who governed from 1974-1977."

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