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 pleted. Quite the contrary; the theory that the modernisation process goes hand in hand with national integration is exploded in the Canadian case. By generally accepted notions of modernisation, there is no doubt that Canada is very high on the world pecking order. Its social welfare services" are among the best; its educational system is generally admired; literacy is virtually total; the media technology is highly sophisticated; and so on. For all this 'progress', Canada remains an uneasy and unequal partnership of French-Canadians (six million), Canadians of British extraction (eight million), and the so-called ethnic groups

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