Posted by kallahar on Dec.20.02 at 08:34 am PST.
kallahar writes "NOT LIKE THEM. It's how we've defined ourselves for generations. Quieter, less violent, more caring, not as arrogant. Different. Better. Everything Americans are, we aren't. It is the thing, along with the lint, that we have found at the very centre of ourselves -- the only chartable discovery in our seemingly endless search for a national identity." That's the ideal view, but is it really that way? Macleans.ca has the story