Author Carson, Bruce, author
Title 14 days : making the Conservative movement in Canada / Bruce Carson
Imprint Montreal & Kingston ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2014]
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 人文社會聯圖  JC573.2.C3 C377 2014    AVAILABLE    30610020443552
Descript xiv, 329 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 309-318) and index
Nowhere but Up: Post-Election Day 1993 -- Open Season: Searching for Leadership of the Right -- Millennium Makeover: The PC-DRC Coalition -- New Alliance Sheriff in Town: Stephen Harper -- PC Leader of the Pact: Peter McKay -- By-election Wake-up Call: Two Merge into One under Stephen Harper -- Party Launch, 2004: Official Opposition, Springboard Platform, and Housecleaning -- Priming for Election 2006: Strong Research, Targeted Platform, and a Few Lucky Breaks -- Minority First Mandate: A Cabinet Made with Green Timber -- Governing, Part 1: Implementing the Platform and Tackling Unexpected Issues -- Governing, Part 2: Solving Issues - Policy Clashes, Managing People, and Staying Election Ready -- Financial Crisis, 2008: House Manoeuvres and a Stimulus Budget -- Minority Second Mandate: Governing Like a Majority -- Majority Third Mandate: The Harper Doctrines -- What the Left Can Learn from the Right -- An Uncertain Path Forward for the Conservatives
Provides insights into how the recent history of the Canadian right has influenced the Conservative government over the past two decades
Subject Conservatism -- Canada
Conservative Party of Canada
Alt Title Fourteen days : making the Conservative movement in Canada