Constitutional Odyssey: Can Canadians Become a Sovereign People?, Third Edition Paperback – Sep 13 2004
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'Of the horde of known, constitutional experts none has shown more clarity and range than Peter Russell ... He popularizes intricacies. He writes for all.' --Douglas Fisher
'In a truly timely and timely true monograph, Peter Russell reminds us what constitution-building should be about ... A book that seeks a large audience and deserves an even larger one.'(Allan C. Hutchinson Globe and Mail)
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Perhaps the most haunting lines in Canada's history were written in 1858: 'It will be observed that the basis of Confederation now proposed differs from that of the United States in several important particulars. Read the first page
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