Canadian democracy: an introduction

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Oxford University Press, 2004 - History - 516 pages
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This book introduces readers to the basic institutions and processes of Canadian government, but also places them in the appropriate social and economic context. The author frames bte book by asking particular questions about the nature of Canadian democracy.

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An Introduction to Political Life
Ideological and Institutional Roots
The Social and Economic Setting

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Stephen Brooks teaches in the areas of Canadian politics and public administration, and American politics. His research interests include the political influence of intellectuals, political thought in Canada and the United States, federalism, and public policy. He is also the author of OUP Canada's
introductory Canadian politics text, Canadian Democracy, now in its third edition, as well as America Through Foreign Eyes." He received his PhD from Carleton University. Dr. Lydia Miljan is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Windsor and is Director

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