The Canadian Constitution
| The Canadian Constitution is an excellent introduction to
Canada's constitution and the many political controversies which surround
Author David Milne describes the evolution of the constitution in a balanced, thoughtful account. He describes how the Meech Lake deal was made and broken and the emergence of renewed demands for radical changes to the status quo.
This book is an invaluable chronology of key events in the history of the constitution since 1980, and the full texts of key constitutional documents.
Written by David Milne. Published by James Lorimer & Company, 1991.
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