Compass Points is a radical new history of the twentieth century. Each section, organized by decade, grapples with crucial developments in politics, economics, society and culture–in Canada and abroad. Featuring 107 original essays,Compass Points is an ideal guide for both students and the general reader. A timely resource for those looking to get a fix on the past and find their bearings for the future.
Robert Chodos is the author of numerous books on Canadian history and politics.