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    Canada's Origins: Liberal, Tory, or Republican? (Carleton Library Series) by Janet Ajzenstat
    English | Nov. 15, 1995 | ISBN: 0886292743 | 288 Pages | PDF | 14.61 MB

    Ajzenstat and Smith challenge the idea of Canada as a country whose liberal individualism, unlike that of the United States, is redeemed by a tradition of government intervention in economic and social life

    : the so-called "tory touch." This ground-breaking book begins with the now classic article in which the red tory view was formulated. It then presents a new and illuminating picture of Canadian political life, in which liberal individualism confronts not toryism but the participatory tradition of civic republicanism. In the final section the two editors, one a liberal, the other a civic republican, debate the crucial questions dominating Canadian politics today-including Quebec's search for recognition-from the perspective of their shared understanding of Canada's founding.[​IMG]
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