Canadian Politics: Concise
With the revision of this market-leading text, Canadian Politics continues to provide students with a thorough account of Canadian politics and government. Canadian Politics continues to devote appropriate coverage to the political concerns of women, Aboriginal Canadians, and the continued conflict between English and French Canada. It is still one of the few texts to tackle the issue of social class, especially as related to the concern with government debt, and provides insights into the mass media and public opinion polls. This new edition updates the student on all the political happenings in Canada since the last edition. Student-friendly, engagingly-written and completely up-to-date, Canadian Politics realistically portrays the subject to today's student.
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