The New Equation: Annexation and Reciprocity (1840-1860)

The New Equation: Annexation and Reciprocity (1840-1860)

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In this installment of a documentary series from the late 1960s, we survey the period between 1840 and 1860. Canada considers its options—annexation, continentalism, free trade, and economic nationalism—while the "one continent, one nation, one flag" ideology enjoys strong support on both sides of the border.

See also: The Friendly Fifties and the Sinister Sixties (1850–1863) and The Triumphant Union and the Canadian Confederation (1863–1867) .

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Credits
  • director
    Ronald Dick
    Pierre L'Amare
  • producer
    Ronald Dick
  • script
    Ronald Dick
  • executive producer
    Nicholas Balla
  • commentary
    William Weintraub
  • photography
    Jim Wilson
    Raymond Dumas
    Claude Lapierre
    Kjeld Nielsen
    Tony Ianzelo
    Eugene Boyko
  • editing
    Nicholas Balla
    Marion Meadows
  • re-recording
    Roger Lamoureux
  • narrator
    J. Frank Willis
  • music
    Robert Fleming