Canadian non-fiction, Canadian authors (Non-fiction), History, Canadian history
Offers an account of the most important developments in Canadian history from the sixties until today, as seen and interpreted by leftist scholars and writers. Each chapter reviews a major theme, such as Canada's relationship to the U.S., the development… of our health care system, the dynamics of Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal relations and the role of Canadian cultural work in shaping Canadian society. Taken together, the book provides a unique and broad perspective on virtually every significant event and development in recent Canadian history. 2016.