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  • From the Roots Up

    First published in 1986, this book presents an alternative vision of the economy, one that is not dominated by conventional indicators and analyses of the narrower market economy.
    $25.00, Hardcover
  • New Age Business

    First published in 1986, New Age Business is a pioneering exploration of the economic model known as the "community development corporation."
    $35.00, Paperback
  • Will the Real Gordon Sinclair Please Sit Down

    Gordon Sinclair--instantly identifiable by his trademark bowties and irascibility--was one of the greatest of all Canadian newspapermen. These are his memoirs.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • You've got ten minutes to get that flag down...

    With contributions from John Ralston Saul, Rick Salutin, David Suzuki and many others, "You've got ten minutes to get that flag down..." is a vivid, immediate report on the state of Canadian culture in the mid-1980s.
    $25.00, Paperback
  • Canada's Colonies

    Since the first British naval expeditions to the "Frozen North," the history of the North has been romanticised. Published in 1985, this book presents history as actually seen from the North.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Half-Breed

    Maria Campbell's biography is a classic, vital account of a young Métis woman's struggle to come to terms with the joys, sorrows, loves and tragedies of her northern Saskatchewan childhood.
    $14.95, Paperback
  • Louis 'David' Riel

    Louis Riel is one of the great tragic heroes in Canadian history, and one of its most misunderstood. Was he a prophet or a madman? The debate rages still...
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Morgentaler

    Eleanor Pelrine describes the circumstances and motives that led Morgentaler to found an abortion clinic, and she chronicles the decade-long battles that followed between Morgentaler and the authorities.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Troublemaker!

    The memoirs of a witty, warm-hearted, irreverent newspaperman who witnessed the golden age of western Canada, 1935 to 1955.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • A Reader on Prevention and Social Policies

    First published in 1982, this book examines issues of prevention in a Canadian context, culling comment and experience from those deeply involved in human service delivery.

    $35.00, Paperback
  • And Where Do We Go From Here?

    Written in 1982, this book examines the difficulty renters face in the rental housing market, and whether housing allowance programs are adequate to provide the framework of intervention needed to resolve these difficulties.
    $35.00, Paperback
  • Canadian Manufacturing, Volume II

    Canadian Manufacturing is a precise, analytical examination of important aspects of the Canadian economy at a crucial period in national development.
    $16.95, Paperback
  • Computers on the Job

    Written as the computer revolution dawned on Canadian society, Computers on the Job introduces the effects of technological change on people in their homes and workplaces.
    $19.95, Paperback
  • Beyond the Monetarists

    This book is a collection of papers from the Canadian Institute for Economic Policy sponsored Conference on Post-Keynesian Alternatives.
    $12.95, Paperback
  • How Ottawa Spends Your Tax Dollars

    This study provides in-depth, critical analysis of the 1981 federal expenditures budget.
    $16.95, Paperback
  • Labour and Capital in Canada 1650-1860

    First published in 1981, H. Clare Pentland's Labour and Capital in Canada 1650-1860 is a seminal work that analyzes the shaping of the Canadian working class and the evolution of capitalism in Canada.

    $19.95, Paperback
  • Catholics and Canadian Socialism

    This work is an impressive study of the attitudes of the Catholic church in Canada towards the challenge of socialism and progressive social change.
    $45.00, Hardcover
  • Alberta Labour

    Illustrated with over 90 full-page photographs, most of them never before published, Alberta Labour vividly depicts the working people of Alberta and their unparalleled contribution to the province's history.
    $29.95, Paperback
  • Business and Social Reform in the Thirties

    This book challenges the commonly accepted view that governments enacted social reforms in the 1930s in response to demands for more equitable redistribution of wealth in a time of trouble, robbing from the rich to give to the poor.

    $45.00, Hardcover
  • The Canadian Fact Book on Poverty

    The Fact Book on Poverty clearly indicates certain groups in our society are especially vulnerable to poverty.
    $35.00, Paperback
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