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|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Bickerton; Alain Gagnon; Patrick J Smith
|Description:||251 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ; NOTES ON THE AUTHORS ; 1. Parties and Voters in Canada ; 2. the Progressive Conservatives: Broken Ties, Broken Dreams ; 3. The Liberals: Canada's 'Government Party' ; 4. The New Democrats: What's Left in Party Politics in Canada ; 5. The Reform Party: Reaching for the Right ; 6. The Bloc Quebecois and its Nationalist Predecessors: The Thread of Continuity in Quebec History ; 7. Continuity and Change in a New Era of Party Politics ; APENDICES|
|Responsibility:||James Bickerton, Alain-G. Gagnon, and Patrick J. Smith.|
This is an excellent, nontechnical history and analysis of Canada's political parties and their relationship with the electorate since the country's inception...Useful for undergraduate courses in
- Political campaigns -- Canada.
- Political parties -- Canada.
- Elections -- Canada.
- Political campaigns.
- Political parties.
- Political parties -- Canada -- History -- 20th century.
- Political parties -- Canada -- Public opinion History -- 20th century.
- Canada -- Politics and government -- 20th century.