Saskatchewan Politics:: Into the Twenty-First Century
Cprc, 2001 - Всего страниц: 428
This volume examines trends in Saskatchewan politics since 1975, and considers possible future developments. While the essays in this volume cover a broad range of political topics, their common theme is "Change." As the editor suggests in his introductory essay entitled "The rich soil of Saskatchewan politics"--the old Saskatchewan is gone forever, lost in the welter of changing industries, ideologies, and people, and a new Saskatchewan continues to be born, with new players and new goals.
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The Rich Soil of Saskatchewan Politics
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