Applied Political Theory and Canadian Politics
David McGrane (Editor), Neil Hibbert (Editor)
Contributors to this collection present current and archival research supplemented with insights drawn from political theory to examine such complex topics as equality, social justice, democracy, citizenship, and ethnic diversity.
Back to Blakeney
David McGrane (Editor), John Whyte (Editor), Roy Romanow (Editor), Russell Isinger (Editor)
In this book, scholars reflect on Allan Blakeney’s achievements as premier of Saskatchewan, as well as his legacy, and explore the challenges facing democracy today. In true Blakeney style, contributors identify not only problems, but also viable solutions.
The New NDP
McGrane argues that the key to the NDP’s electoral success of 2011 lies in the moderation of its ideology and the modernization of its campaign structures. This book provides lessons on how to win elections in the age of the Internet, big data, and social media.