Democracy in Canada offers a bleak view of our core political and social institutions

By David Moscrop | including 1 item
If you’re of a certain age, there’s a good chance you’ve played solitaire. And if you have, you know that some games are unsolvable. By twist of the shuffle, you’re beaten before you start. The fix is in. You just don’t know it yet. Democracy in Canada, the latest offering from public administration scholar and long-time student of Canadian politics Donald J. Savoie tells a story of democracy in Canada that reads a bit like such a game.