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as, disrupting peaceful human settlements just like mythical cannibals used to devour our ancestors (Johnston, 1991). This text spurs one to not only study history but also become keen ontrends that are currently affecting Canadian people. As a student in a modern institution that has members of almost all groups in the country, I believe the study of such occurrences is a good starting point on the course. Scholars will be motivated to take action against profit-driven oppressors and demand a return to sanity in the nation.I highly recommend this reading to all students despite the courses they are taking because of theeffects of what the authors refer to as “modern weendigoes” (Johnston, 1991, p. A13) directly affect all of them. I am looking forward to a positive response on the matter. Thank you.Regards
EMAIL ASSIGNMENT3ReferencesJohnston, B. H. (1991, August 1). Modern cannibals of the wilds: MYTH MADE REAL "The giant weendigoes that once prowled the forests have returned as corporations, whose appetites are more ferocious than the creatures of the storytellers. 'We want more,' they cry as the mills churn, 'only more will satisfy us'. TheGlobe & Mail (Toronto, Canada), p. A13.Retrieved from Canadian Major Dailies database.