Saskatchewan: The Roots of Discontent and Protest

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Black Rose Books, 2004 - History - 427 pages
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Isolation is part of the psyche of this sparsely populated prairie province, and this abundance of great open space has uniquely shaped the people, their politics, their economy and their relationship with the rest of North America.,/P>

Using the broad, interdisciplinary social science approach of political economy analysis, Warnock traces Saskatchewan’s past in an attempt to understand the present and glimpse some of its future. Along the way, he tells the story of Saskatchewan, from inception to centennial.

John Warnock, author of The Other Mexico, received his Ph.D. from the American University, Washington, D.C., School of International Service. After working for the U.S. State Department, he taught political economy at both American and Canadian universities, most recently at the University of Regina.

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John Warnock received his Ph.D from the American University, Washington, D.C., School of International Service. After working for the U.S. State Department, he taught political economy at both American and Canadian universities, most recently at the University of Regina. He is assistant editor of Briarpatch Magazine and a long time political activist.

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