Canada Among Nations 1988: The Tory Record

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Brian Tomlin, Maureen Appel Molot
James Lorimer & Company, Jan 1, 1989 - History - 254 pages
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The 1988 edition of Canada Among Nations closely scrutinizes the legislative record of the Conservative government of Brian Mulroney during its first term.

In the area of foreign policy, the Mulroney Conservative government had a lot on its plate during its first term of office--free trade with the United States, Arctic sovereignty, the continuing problems of South African apartheid and Third World development, to cite only a few examples. Balanced and comprehensive, the book covers everything from Soviet glasnost to declining U.S. hegemony, from the future of the Canada-U.S. relationship to the government's abandoned plans for nuclear-powered submarines.

Canada Among Nations is both an analysis of international developments in 1988 and an assessment of the Conservative government's record in the foreign-policy arena.
  

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Contents

Wednesday November 131907
1
Gone to Dust
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Monday August 201906
46
Tuesday August 211906
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Wednesday August 221906
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Thursday August 231906
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Friday August 241906
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Saturday August 251906
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SeptemberDecember 1906
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The First Trial
191
The Second and Third Trials
236
Not a Proper Person To Be Executed
265
Thursday November 141907
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About the author (1989)

BRIAN TOMLIN, a professor and director of the Centre for International Negotiation in The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, is the co-author or editor of numerous books on Canadian foreign policy.

MAUREEN APPEL MOLOT, a professor and formerly associate director of The Norman Paterson School, is the co-author or editor of books and articles on Canadian foreign policy and public enterprise.

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