The Peaceful Revolution: 250 Years of Democracy in Nova Scotia

Paperback | March 15, 2011

byJohn Boileau

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From the early Mi'kmaw political systems to the beginnings of representative government and responsible government, The Peaceful Revolution chronicles the brawls, battles, petitions, and protests on the long road to the parliamentary democracy Canadians enjoy today. With impeccable research and a strong sense of narrative, Boileau brings to life the vital struggle that created the foundation for our society.

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From the early Mi'kmaw political systems to the beginnings of representative government and responsible government, The Peaceful Revolution chronicles the brawls, battles, petitions, and protests on the long road to the parliamentary democracy Canadians enjoy today. With impeccable research and a strong sense of narrative, Boileau brin...

John Boileau served in the Canadian Army for thirty-seven years, retiring as a colonel in 1999. A lifelong history enthusiast, in retirement he has devoted himself to research and writing. His previous publications include dozens of articles for magazines and newspapers in Canada, Britain, and America, as well as five books, including ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:226 pages, 9.25 × 7.25 × 0.5 inPublished:March 15, 2011Publisher:Nimbus PublishingLanguage:English

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