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Into The Hurricane: Attacking Socialism And The Ccf
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|September 1, 2006

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Born in the prairies, from the ravages of the Depression, the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation was a new political party that offered a socialist vision and idealistic belief that Canada could rebuild itself to become better and more fair than ever…

Sir John's Echo: The Voice for a Stronger Canada
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|April 1, 2017

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The Hill Times: Best Books of 2017 As Sir John A. Macdonald intended, the federal government must be recognized as the nation's voice. Power. It is the capacity to inspire while encouraging and enabling change, and it matters. When handled in a positive way,…
The Devil's Trick: How Canada Fought The Vietnam War
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Forty-five years after the fall of Saigon, John Boyko brings to light the little-known story of Canada's involvement in the American War in Vietnam. Through the lens of six remarkable people, some well-known, others obscure, bestselling historian John Boyko…
Blood And Daring: How Canada Fought The American Civil War And Forged A Nation

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Blood and Daring will change our views not just of Canada's relationship with the United States, but of the Civil War, Confederation and Canada itself.      In Blood and Daring , lauded historian John Boyko makes a compelling argument…
Cold Fire: Kennedy's Northern Front
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|February 2, 2016

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Forget all you think you know about the Kennedy years. With narrative flair and sparkling storytelling, acclaimed historian John Boyko explores the crucial period when America and its allies were fighting the Cold War's most treacherous battles, Canadians were…
Bennett: The Rebel Who Challenged and Changed a Nation

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In the late 1920s, Canada's economy was showing all the signs of a full-fledged depression. Life savings were evaporating, unemployment was up, and exports were dramatically down. Riding on the popularity of his promise to "blast" Canada's way…
Voisins Et Ennemis
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|November 19, 2014

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En 1861, le Canada et les États-Unis se toisent depuis plus d'un siècle de part et d'autre de la frontière. Leurs relations sont tendues, émaillées de prises de bec et d'accrochages. Par deux fois déjà, Washington a envahi la…
The Hero of Hopewell Hill: An Early Adventure of Richard Bennett

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The Leaders & Legacy series is a set of (now) four books that are based on the fictionalized  early lives of real Canadian Prime Ministers. The background settings are historically accurate within  which the adventure stories incorporate both actual…
Last Steps To Freedom: The Evolution of Canadian Racism

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To understand Canada one must understand racism, for Canada was born and grew as a racist state. Race riots, segregated schools, racially-based union membership, mass deportations of innocent people, the state sanctioned kidnapping of children, a conscious…
Voisins et ennemis. La guerre de Sécession et l'invention du Can
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|February 6, 2019

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En 1861, le Canada et les Etats-Unis se toisent depuis plus d'un siècle de part et d'autre de la frontière. Leurs relations sont tendues, émaillées de prises de bec et d'accrochages. A travers le destin de six personnages…
Sir John's Echo: The Voice for a Stronger Canada
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|April 1, 2017

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The Hill Times: Best Books of 2017 As Sir John A. Macdonald intended, the federal government must be recognized as the nation’s voice. Power. It is the capacity to inspire while encouraging and enabling change, and it matters. When handled in a positive way,…