Government and Politics in Alberta
Allan Tupper, Roger Gibbins
University of Alberta, 1992 - Political Science - 308 pages
Alberta's politics are changing in response to powerful economic, social and political forces. The contributors focus on developments since the election of the Progressive Conservatives in 1971.
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L The Political Executive
2i The Role of Government
O Alberta and the National Community
T Reconsidering Democracy in Alberta
Voting Behaviour and Political
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