NDP : The Dream of Power.

By: MORTON, Desmond

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MORTON, Desmond. NDP : The Dream of Power. Toronto : Hakkert, 1974. First Edition. Pp (2),iii-x,(2),3-181,(1, publisher's list). Illustrated with photos and two cartoons. 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers, white spine. Foreword by Gordon S. Vichert [b. 10 July 1934, Ibin, Western China - d. November 12, 2007, Vancouver]. "Created in 1961, Canada's New Democratic Pary has outlived both its illusions and its obituaries. In three provinces, it now forms the government. In Ottawa, it has had to deliver on its promise that minority parties can make a difference. NDP : The Dream of Power is an outspoken unvarnished history of what has happened to the NDP from its origins to 1973. In a blunt and forceful analu=ysis, Desond Morton has presented aninsider's view of NDP - trade union relations, the great Waffle fight and the ten-year struggle to build support in Quebec." - from the rear cover. Contents: Introduction; Chapters : 1. Background; 2. Foundation; 3. Setbacks; 4. Elections; 5. Conflict; 6. Progress; 7. Clarification; 8. Epilogue. With Further Reading and index. Owner's name, else very good. 16.00

Title: NDP : The Dream of Power.

Author Name: MORTON, Desmond

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Hakkert, Toronto, 1974,:

Seller ID: 37697

Keywords: CANADA POLITICS SOCIALISM SOCIALIST LEFT PARTIES NDP 20TH POLITICAL HISTORY CANADIAN PARTIES PARTY,