Canada at the End of the Twentieth Century.
No book in recent years has generated as much passionate debate as John Ralston Saul's controversial exploration of the Canadian psyche. Reflections of a Siamese Twin is a sweeping and courageous portrayal of a nation at the crossroads.
"Thank God for John Ralston Saul. At least Canada has one leading intellectual unafraid to challenge the negative nationalism and feeble orthodoxies that seem to consume our elites."
The Vancouver Sun
"A powerful stimulant to revive a country sleep-walking into dependence or disintegration. And that is no small thing."
The Gazette, (Montreal)