Amending Canada's Constitution: History, Processes, Problems and Prospects
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|Political scientists, historians and students of public law will
appreciate how Amending Canada's Constitution provides an inside, yet
impartial, look at the broad issues and processes of constitutional change. For
nearly thirty years, Canadians have been involved in an almost constant debate
on their Constitution. At the centre of this debate, one key issue has
remained: the challenge of devising rules and processes for making changes to
The book, by one of Canada's leading authorities, is rich in facts and details, including rare or recently de-classified letters and documents.
General readers and those new to the constitutional debate will benefit from a comprehensive and highly readable overview of some of the most significant and turbulent moments in the history of the Canadian federation.
Written by James Ross Hurley. Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1996.
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