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9780773531925 - Editor: Ricardo Grinspun, Editor: Yasmine Shamsie: Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda - كتاب

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Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda (2007) (?)

التسليم من: الولايات المتحدة الأمريكيةكتاب في اللغة الإنجليزيةهذا كتاب الجيبالكتب المستعملة، لا كتاب جديد.
ISBN:

9780773531925 (?) أو 0773531920

, اللغة الإنجليزية, 566 صفحات, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, غلاف عادي, يستخدم
Questions and concerns regarding the scope and depth of Canada's relationship with the United States loom larger than ever since 9/11. In Whose Canada?, contributors provide a comprehensive analysis of the legacy of free trade and look at the challenges that deepening bilateral integration presents for Canadian sovereignty and public policy autonomy. They focus on trade and economics, politics, public policy, social policy, labour, health care, education, local government, minority rights, military and security, foreign policy, culture, law, Quebec, environment, energy, and civil society. In response to the question Whose Canada?, the authors share their scepticism about corporate Canadas continental agenda and the results of Ottawa's cozying up to Washington, arguing forcefully that Canada's future must be shaped by its citizens, not its elites. To this end, they advance a practical vision for revitalizing democracy and upholding the public good. Contributors include Sharryn Aiken (Queen's), Maude Barlow (Council of Canadians), Dorval Brunelle (UQAM), Duncan Cameron (Ottawa), Bruce Campbell (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, CCPA), Tony Clarke (Polaris Institute), Stephen Clarkson (Toronto), Marjorie Griffin Cohen (Simon Fraser), Kathy Corrigan (Canadian Union of Public Employees), Murray Dobbin (CCPA), Jim Grieshaber-Otto (CCPA), Andrew Jackson (Canadian Labour Congress), Marc Lee (CCPA), Benot Lvesque (UQAM), Elizabeth May (Green Party), Garry Neil (International Network for Cultural Diversity), Larry Pratt (Alberta), David Robinson (Canadian Association for University Teachers), Mario Seccareccia (Ottawa), Steven Shrybman (Sack, Goldblatt, & Mitchell), Scott Sinclair (CCPA), Steven Staples (Ceasefire.c, Paperback, Label: Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2007-05, Studio: Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Verkaufsrang: 2277423
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الكلمات الرئيسية: Books, Business & Money, Economics, Economic Conditions, Politics & Social Sciences, Politics & Government, International & World Politics, Canadian, Comparative Politics, Constitutions, History & Theory, Reference, Political Science, Specific Topics, Political Economy, City Planning & Urban Development, Communication Policy, Cultural Policy, Economic Policy, Environmental Policy, Intergovernmental Organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, Public Affairs & Administration, Regional Planning, Social Policy, Social Security, Social Services & Welfare, Public Affairs & Policy, Education & Teaching, Schools & Teaching, Education Theory, Research
البيانات من 20/08/2014 15:33h
ISBN (الرموز البديلة): 0-7735-3192-0, 978-0-7735-3192-5
دخول الأرشيف:
9780773531925 - Editor: Ricardo Grinspun, Editor: Yasmine Shamsie: Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda - كتاب

(?):

Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda (2007) (?)

التسليم من: الولايات المتحدة الأمريكيةكتاب في اللغة الإنجليزيةهذا كتاب الجيبالكتب المستعملة، لا كتاب جديد.
ISBN:

9780773531925 (?) أو 0773531920

, اللغة الإنجليزية, 566 صفحات, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, غلاف عادي, يستخدم
Questions and concerns regarding the scope and depth of Canada's relationship with the United States loom larger than ever since 9/11. In Whose Canada?, contributors provide a comprehensive analysis of the legacy of free trade and look at the challenges that deepening bilateral integration presents for Canadian sovereignty and public policy autonomy. They focus on trade and economics, politics, public policy, social policy, labour, health care, education, local government, minority rights, military and security, foreign policy, culture, law, Quebec, environment, energy, and civil society. In response to the question Whose Canada?, the authors share their scepticism about corporate Canadas continental agenda and the results of Ottawa's cozying up to Washington, arguing forcefully that Canada's future must be shaped by its citizens, not its elites. To this end, they advance a practical vision for revitalizing democracy and upholding the public good. Contributors include Sharryn Aiken (Queen's), Maude Barlow (Council of Canadians), Dorval Brunelle (UQAM), Duncan Cameron (Ottawa), Bruce Campbell (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, CCPA), Tony Clarke (Polaris Institute), Stephen Clarkson (Toronto), Marjorie Griffin Cohen (Simon Fraser), Kathy Corrigan (Canadian Union of Public Employees), Murray Dobbin (CCPA), Jim Grieshaber-Otto (CCPA), Andrew Jackson (Canadian Labour Congress), Marc Lee (CCPA), Benot Lvesque (UQAM), Elizabeth May (Green Party), Garry Neil (International Network for Cultural Diversity), Larry Pratt (Alberta), David Robinson (Canadian Association for University Teachers), Mario Seccareccia (Ottawa), Steven Shrybman (Sack, Goldblatt, & Mitchell), Scott Sinclair (CCPA), Steven Staples (Ceasefire.c, Paperback, Label: Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2007-05, Studio: Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Verkaufsrang: 6942651
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الكلمات الرئيسية: Books, Business & Money, Economics, Economic Conditions, Politics & Social Sciences, Politics & Government, International & World Politics, Canadian, Comparative Politics, Constitutions, History & Theory, Reference, Political Science, Specific Topics, Political Economy, City Planning & Urban Development, Communication Policy, Cultural Policy, Economic Policy, Environmental Policy, Intergovernmental Organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, Public Affairs & Administration, Regional Planning, Social Policy, Social Security, Social Services & Welfare, Public Affairs & Policy, Education & Teaching, Schools & Teaching, Education Theory, Research
البيانات من 22/07/2015 00:50h
ISBN (الرموز البديلة): 0-7735-3192-0, 978-0-7735-3192-5
دخول الأرشيف:
9780773531925 - Editor: Ricardo Grinspun, Editor: Yasmine Shamsie: Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda - كتاب

(?):

Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda (2007) (?)

التسليم من: الولايات المتحدة الأمريكيةكتاب في اللغة الإنجليزيةهذا كتاب الجيبكتاب جديد
ISBN:

9780773531925 (?) أو 0773531920

, اللغة الإنجليزية, 566 صفحات, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, غلاف عادي, الجديد
Questions and concerns regarding the scope and depth of Canada's relationship with the United States loom larger than ever since 9/11. In Whose Canada?, contributors provide a comprehensive analysis of the legacy of free trade and look at the challenges that deepening bilateral integration presents for Canadian sovereignty and public policy autonomy. They focus on trade and economics, politics, public policy, social policy, labour, health care, education, local government, minority rights, military and security, foreign policy, culture, law, Quebec, environment, energy, and civil society. In response to the question Whose Canada?, the authors share their scepticism about corporate Canadas continental agenda and the results of Ottawa's cozying up to Washington, arguing forcefully that Canada's future must be shaped by its citizens, not its elites. To this end, they advance a practical vision for revitalizing democracy and upholding the public good. Contributors include Sharryn Aiken (Queen's), Maude Barlow (Council of Canadians), Dorval Brunelle (UQAM), Duncan Cameron (Ottawa), Bruce Campbell (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, CCPA), Tony Clarke (Polaris Institute), Stephen Clarkson (Toronto), Marjorie Griffin Cohen (Simon Fraser), Kathy Corrigan (Canadian Union of Public Employees), Murray Dobbin (CCPA), Jim Grieshaber-Otto (CCPA), Andrew Jackson (Canadian Labour Congress), Marc Lee (CCPA), Benot Lvesque (UQAM), Elizabeth May (Green Party), Garry Neil (International Network for Cultural Diversity), Larry Pratt (Alberta), David Robinson (Canadian Association for University Teachers), Mario Seccareccia (Ottawa), Steven Shrybman (Sack, Goldblatt, & Mitchell), Scott Sinclair (CCPA), Steven Staples (Ceasefire.c, Paperback, Label: Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2007-05, Studio: Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, Verkaufsrang: 6942651
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الكلمات الرئيسية: Books, Business & Money, Economics, Economic Conditions, Politics & Social Sciences, Politics & Government, International & World Politics, Canadian, Comparative Politics, Constitutions, History & Theory, Reference, Political Science, Specific Topics, Political Economy, City Planning & Urban Development, Communication Policy, Cultural Policy, Economic Policy, Environmental Policy, Intergovernmental Organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, Public Affairs & Administration, Regional Planning, Social Policy, Social Security, Social Services & Welfare, Public Affairs & Policy, Education & Teaching, Schools & Teaching, Education Theory, Research
البيانات من 22/07/2015 00:50h
ISBN (الرموز البديلة): 0-7735-3192-0, 978-0-7735-3192-5
دخول الأرشيف:
9780773531925 - Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda - كتاب

Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda (2007) (?)

التسليم من: الولايات المتحدة الأمريكيةكتاب في اللغة الإنجليزيةهذا كتاب الجيبالكتب المستعملة، لا كتاب جديد.
ISBN:

9780773531925 (?) أو 0773531920

, اللغة الإنجليزية, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, غلاف عادي, يستخدم
Free US Media Mail shipping! Crisp, clean, unread paperback with light shelfwear to the covers and a publisher's mark to one edge - Nice! Dimensions: 1.89 lbs
الفئة: Political Science|International Relations, Political Science|Public Policy|Economic Policy, Education|Research
البيانات من 22/07/2015 00:50h
ISBN (الرموز البديلة): 0-7735-3192-0, 978-0-7735-3192-5
دخول الأرشيف:
9780773531925 - Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda - كتاب

Whose Canada?: Continental Integration, Fortress North America, and the Corporate Agenda (2007) (?)

التسليم من: الولايات المتحدة الأمريكيةكتاب في اللغة الإنجليزيةهذا كتاب الجيبالكتب المستعملة، لا كتاب جديد.
ISBN:

9780773531925 (?) أو 0773531920

, اللغة الإنجليزية, Mcgill Queens Univ Pr, غلاف عادي, يستخدم
Free US Media Mail shipping! Crisp, clean, unread paperback with light shelfwear to the covers and a publisher's mark to one edge - Nice! Dimensions: 1.89 lbs
الفئة: Political Science|International Relations, Political Science|Public Policy|Economic Policy, Education|Research
البيانات من 22/07/2015 00:50h
ISBN (الرموز البديلة): 0-7735-3192-0, 978-0-7735-3192-5

9780773531925

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