- Imprint: James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers
- Publication Date: 1 January 1991
- Copyright Year: 1991
- ISBN: 9781550283464
- Page Count: 312
- Dimensions: 6" x 9"
Out of print
Debating Canada’s Future
Views from the Left
introduction by Ed Broadbent
edited by Simon Rosenblum and Peter Findlay
The book is structured around eight issues--public ownership, the social contract, international trade, the environment, child care, reproductive technology, defence and Quebec's future--and in each case two differing perspectives are offered by contributors who share a leftist approach. The contributors are Henry Milner, Arthur Milner, Leo Panitch, Donald Swartz, John Calvert, John Richards, Manfried Boienefeld, David Wolfe, David Brooks, Roberts Paehlke, Ted Schrecker, Sue Colley, David Hagerman, Diana Majury, Christine Overall, John-Paul Harney, Reg Whitaker, Desmond Morton and Ernie Regehr.
This book was conceived to offer its readers access to major debates within the Canadian left on topics of major importance to public policy.
About the Authors
ED BROADBENT was the leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada from 1975 to 1989.
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