Canada: The State of the Federation 1995.

By: Brown, Douglas M. and Jonathan W. Rose (editors)

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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; vii - 252 pp. "The annual series of essays surveying the state of the Canadian federation. Leading analysts explore major developments and new trends in the federal system in a year of momentous choices for Canadians". Contents: 1 - "Overview of the State of the Federation, 1995" by Douglas M. Brown, 2 - "Les aleas de la strategie pre-referendaire: Chronique d'une mort annoncee" by Francois Rocher, 3 - "Maybe Yes, Maybe No: The Rest of Canada and a Quebec Oui" by Robert A. Young, 4 - "The Canada Health and Social Transfer: Fiscal Federalism in Search of a Vision" by Susan D. Phillips, 5 - "Nova Scotia's Fiscal Challenge: Intergovernmental Relations and Structural Adjustment" by David M. Cameron, 6 - "Reforming the Canadian Social Assistance Complex: The Provincial Welfare States and Canadian Federalism" by Gerard Boychuk, 7 - "Taking Control: Dismantling Indian Affairs and Recognizing First Nations Government in Manitoba" by Kathy Brock, 8 - "The Selling of New Brunswick: Fibre-Optics or Optical Illusion?" by Jonathan W. Rose, 9 - "Assessing the Agreement on Internal Trade: The Case for a More Perfect Union" by Bryan Schwartz, 10 - "Chronology of Events 1994-95" by Andrew C. Tzembelicos. Minor shelf wear to the cover edges, price sticker on the top corner of the first page, otherwise clean with a solid binding.

Title: Canada: The State of the Federation 1995.

Author Name: Brown, Douglas M. and Jonathan W. Rose (editors)

Categories: Canadiana - Political Life,

Publisher: Kingston, Ontario., Queen's University / Institute of Intergovernmental Relations.: 1995

ISBN Number: 0889115796

ISBN Number 13: 9780889115798

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 20616

Keywords: Canada; Canadiana; Politics; Federalism; Referendum; Separatism; Quebec; Nova Scotia; Welfare; Health; Medicare; Indian Affairs; Manitoba; New Brunswick; Fibre Optics; Francois Rocher; Robert Young; Susan Phillips; David Cameron; Gerard Boychuk; Kathy Brock; Bryan Schwartz; Andrew Tzembelicos;