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by R. MacGregor Dawson,W.F. Dawson,Norman Ward

  • ISBN: 0802067034
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: R. MacGregor Dawson,W.F. Dawson,Norman Ward
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 5th edition (June 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 150
  • ePub book: 1155 kb
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F NORMAN WARD is Assistant Professor in Political Science at the University of Saskatchewan.

Dawson (1930-2011), the son of R. MacGregor Dawson, was a professor emeritus of political science at the University of Western Ontario. NORMAN WARD is Assistant Professor in Political Science at the University of Saskatchewan. Weitere Informationen. Richtlinien für Rezensionen. Zusätzliche Informationen.

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Democratic government in Canada. Includes bibliographical references (pages 142-145) index.

Published by: University of Toronto Press. eISBN: 978-1-4426-8784-4. Subjects: Political Science. This book has so far surveyed the active parts of the government of Canada, beginning with individual citizens and groups, the beliefs about government that have largely motivated them, and proceeding through descriptions of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government.

Author: Dawson, R. MacGregor (Robert MacGregor), 1895-1958; Format: Book; xiv, 569 p. 24 c. Dawson, R. MacGregor. Democratic government in Canada R. MacGregor Dawson and W. F. Dawson. The government of Canada R. MacGregor Dawson University of Toronto Press 1970. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1970, The government of Canada R. MacGregor Dawson University of Toronto Press. Find in other libraries.

W. Dawson (Author). Dawson (1930-2011), the son of R. More about W. R. MacGregor Dawson (Author). Robert MacGregor Dawson (1895-1958) was a Canadian political scientist and academic at the University of Toronto and author of the classic text, The Government of Canada. More about R. MacGregor Dawson. Democratic Government in Canada.

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Robert MacGregor Dawson (March 1, 1895 – July 16, 1958) was a Canadian political scientist and academic. He is best known as coauthor with Norman Ward of the 1947 textbook The Government of Canada

Robert MacGregor Dawson (March 1, 1895 – July 16, 1958) was a Canadian political scientist and academic. He is best known as coauthor with Norman Ward of the 1947 textbook The Government of Canada. Born in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Dawson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1915 and a Master's degree in 1916 from Dalhousie University. During that time, he served locally with the 1st "Halifax" Regiment, Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery.

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For more than a generation this concise survey has been the classic introduction to the fundamental ideas and structure of Canadian government and the practice of democracy in this country. It examines the various elements of federal government — the House of Commons, the cabinet, the Senate, the monarchy and governor-general, the public service, and the courts — and of provincial and municipal governments, and explores their interrelationships.

In this new edition Norman Ward has incorporated the many changes in government since his last revision in 1971.