CANADA: AMERICA'S PROBLEM -John MocCormoc-Viking ($2.75).
"She is gigantically framed and wildly clad," writes Irish Canadian John Mac-Cormac about his heroine, Canada. This sentence is one of the few in his book that will not come as news to a majority of U. S. readers. For Mr. MacCormac, longtime New York Times correspondent in Canada, elsewhere writes neither in such brogue nor in platitudes but with a keen sense of U. S. ignorance about Canada, a brimming ability to fill in that ignorance.
The cold, massive reality that U. S.
isolationists have never faced, as MacCormac sees it, is that modern Canada makes U....