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"Perhaps the first serious attempt to take stock of Stephen Harper's time in power...with commentary and insight from select players [Lawrence Martin] catalogues this tumultuous time from controversy to calamity." - Maclean's
Lawrence Martin is a Globe and Mail columnist and author of 10 books, including many critically acclaimed bestsellers including The Presidents and the Prime Ministers, The Red Machine (a history of hockey in the Soviet Union), and a two-volume biography of Jean Chrétien.
The more I read about this dictator the more I dislike him.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Irrespective of whether you agree with Harper's social-conservative stance or not, this book demonstrates Harper's complete lack of regard for the Canadian public and the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by reluctantm
Just going through this great book for the third time looking for some thing that would even slightly change my mind on how I see this man and as usual could find little or nothing... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Johnny Boy
If you read 100 pages of this book, don't bother continuing because you read everything you needed to. After that it goes in circle. Read morePublished 17 months ago by John Johnson
Thought the book may be slow and difficult to read but found it totally entertaining. Really explains the mind set of the Conservative party presently in power.Published 22 months ago by gordon patterson
The story so far... An interesting look into a man who knows what he wants and who will do what ever it takes to get it. Read morePublished on Jan. 11 2013 by Wings
The book depicts Stephen Harper as being a sociopathic control freak hell bent on destroying the Liberal Party and the Canadian liberal tradition. Read morePublished on July 28 2012 by Mr. Jones