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In her article “Canadians: What Do They Want?,” Margaret Atwood explains why Canadians dislike the United States of America. She says that everyday Americans do not understand Canadian anti-Americanism because they are unaware that their country behaves imperialistically towards Canada. She parallels this situation to how individual men are often unaware that their gender group as a whole oppresses women. The USA, Atwood argues, acts like a typical empire because it assumes that it has the right over Canadian resources, such as Canadian oil, and that Canada should be content with just being a retail consumer of American products. Atwood notes that it is only the revolutionary spirit against economic control entrenched in the USA's history that the country refuses to export to Canada. American laws and regulations systematically place the USA as an empire and Canada as a consumer colony, even if Canada resists American imperialism the same way Gaul resisted Roman imperialism. Atwood appeals to Americans to understand Canada's situation by imagining what they would feel like if Mexico tried to dominate them economically and culturally. Despite the evidence she offers about the USA's fault in this economic relation of empire-colony between the USA and Canada, Atwood says that Canadians are not blameless. She says that Canadians have encouraged American imperialism by allowing Americans to penetrate their economy after World War II and still encourage this imperialism by buying American retail products over Canadian ones.
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In her article,“Canadians: What Do They Want?”, Margaret Atwood explains why Canadians dislike the United States of America. She says that everyday Americans do not understand Canadian anti-Americanism because they are unaware that their country behaves imperialistically towards Canada. She parallels this situation with*** how individual men are often unaware that their gender group as a whole oppresses women. The USA, Atwood argues, acts like a typical empire**** because it assumes that it has the right over Canadian resources, such as Canadian oil, and that

Canada should be content with just being a retail consumer of American products. Atwood notes that it is only the Revolutionary spirit against economic control entrenched in the USA's history that the country refuses to export to Canada.
How can Canada be "a retail consumer of U.S. products", when in the next sentence, the U.S. "refuses to export to Canada"?

American laws and regulations systematically place the USA as an empire and Canada as a consumer colony, even if Canada resists American imperialism the same way Gaul resisted Roman imperialism. Atwood appeals to Americans to understand Canada's situation by imagining what they would feel like if Mexico tried to dominate them economically and culturally. Despite the evidence she offers about of the USA's fault culpability in this economic relation of empire-colony between the USA and Canada, Atwood says that Canadians are not blameless. She says that Canadians have encouraged American imperialism by allowing Americans to penetrate their economy after World War II and still encourage this imperialism by buying American retail products over rather than Canadian. ones.

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**** 'typical empire' sounds odd, since it sounds like 'your everyday empire' as if empires are still common. Perhaps...perhaps..."an empire of old"
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It reads like a diatribe being fobbed off as a book review---laughably blinkered and unconsciously inspired by childlike envy. The phrase "American Imperialism" is especially risible; that went out with the Berlin Wall. The problem with banging your drum is that you give people a headache.

One sentence does not scan: "Atwood notes that it is only the revolutionary spirit against economic control entrenched in the USA's history that the country refuses to export to Canada." It seems to be saying that the US won't export the spirit, when I think it wants to say that the spirit prevents export. Watch your subject and verb.
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Thank you for your help. Please note that it is useless to attack me over Atwood's article. I am not "banging my drum"; Atwood is. I am simply summarizing her article. I am neither American nor Canadian.
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