Political Science

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Asia Pacific

New Geographies of the Pacific Rim

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Canada and Quebec

One Country, Two Histories: Revised Edition

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In this revised edition of Canada and Quebec, Robert Bothwell describes the lead-up to the October 1995 referendum and traces political developments from its immediate aftermath to the present.

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Talk and Log

Wilderness Politics in British Columbia

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A comprehensive account of the rise of the wilderness movement in British Columbia examines the forest industry's political strategies, and analyzes the inner workings of the policy process.

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China in the 1990s, 2nd Edition

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Now updated with a chapter-length afterword by the editors on the end of the Deng era and its aftermath, this book provides a comprehensive survey of a nation in transition.

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Invisible and Inaudible in Washington

American Policies towards Canada during the Cold War

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This book investigates the gap between Canadian perceptions of American policy toward Canada and actual US policy.

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Parties, Candidates, and Constituency Campaigns in Canadian Elections

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This important contribution to the study of Canadian elections forcefully argues that knowledge of the dynamics at the local level is essential to a full understanding of Canadian polity, its underlying social basis, and the factors that determine successful election campaigns.

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The Burden of History

Colonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian Community

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Once Upon an Oldman

Special Interest Politics and the Oldman River Dam

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Once Upon an Oldman is an account of the controversy that surrounded the Alberta government's construction of a dam on the Oldman River to provide water for irrigation in the southern part of the province.

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Communities, Development, and Sustainability across Canada

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This book bridges the gap between theory and practice, bringing together concerned parties who have argued for increased local participation in sustainable community development.

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Houser

The Life and Work of Catherine Bauer, 1905-64

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Catherine Bauer changed forever the concept of social housing and inspired a generation of urban activists to integrate public housing into the emerging welfare state of the mid-20th century. She was one of a small group of idealists who called themselves “Housers” because of their commitment to raising the quality of urban life through improving shelter for low-income families.

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