To Match a Dream: A Practical Guide to Canada's Constitution
In To Match a Dream, Deborah Coyne and Michael Valpy provide the background Canadians need in order to make sense of the arguments for and against the continuing devolution of powers to the provinces. In pithy, pointed language, they describe the development of Canadas constitution, while, in effect, writing a fascinating, easy-to-digest thumbnail history of the country. In the process, they expose many of the myths that have been fostered by Quebecs nationalist elite the notion, for example, that Quebec has been the victim of a series of humiliations at the hands of Anglo oppressors. And they make the case for a reinvigorated central government, one that would act to preserve equity, accountability and a sense of purpose in every part of the country.
Written by Deborah Coyne and Michael Valpy. Published by McClelland & Stewart, 1998.
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