Accounts of the work of six significant figures in Canadian
political thought are used to examine key intellectual debates,
including the national unity issue and Canada's relationship with
the United States. James Bickerton, Stephen Brooks, and Alain
Gagnon analyse the work and influence of George Grant, Harold
Innis, Charles Taylor, and Pierre Trudeau, as well as two writers
crucial to French-Canadian nationalism, Andr Laurendeau and Marcel
Rioux. The authors look at the ways these individuals understood
freedom, equality, and community and consider the impact they have
had on Canadian political life.
McGill-Queen's University Press
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• Stephen Brooks
• Alain-G. Gagnon
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