Canada, now within the midst of a good election marketing campaign, boasts a sturdy center class and a citizenry not susceptible to American-style revolt or lethal political violence.
How did Canadians keep away from the acute political, cultural and social polarization afflicting the USA?
In a nutshell, America’s political centerline skews to the best in comparison with most different superior, industrialized democracies.
Certainly, the deep social and cultural fault strains dividing America are largely absent in Canada. Maybe extra importantly, a relative dearth of cash and company affect within the Canadian political system helps to maintain its vibrant center class.