No Holds Barred: My Life in Politics
|John C. Crosbie was a minister in Joey Smallwood's Newfoundland
government and then his fiercest opponent. He was Joe Clark's finance minister,
came within a whisker of winning the Conservative Party leadership himself, and
then held a series of senior portfolios in Brian Mulroney's governments.
In this, the most politically incorrect memoir of recent times by a major political figure, Crosbie offers trenchant opinions on issues ranging from Atlantic Canada's prospects after Quebec separation to Brian Mulroney's stature and legacy as prime minister. Included are shrewd and often merciless assessments of Joey Smallwood, Frank Moores, Joe Clark, Kim Campbell, and any number of hapless, "brothel-creeping" Liberals.
Written by John C. Crosbie. Published by McClelland & Stewart, 1997.
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