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The Comeback: How Aboriginals Are Reclaiming Power And Influence Hardcover – Oct 28 2014
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“(Saul) has written a powerful treatise that provides a fresh way to look at Canadian history.” - The Globe and Mail
“The Comeback surges across the past two thousand years of history with scholastic ease, reframing some of the current Aboriginal debates through an inspired lens. . . . Saul lives up to his reputation for breadth and originality of thought, arguing that what are typically presented as 'Aboriginal issues,' are actually political battles that matter to us all.” - National Post
"Every Canadian should read The Comeback." - The Walrus
About the Author
John Ralston Saul is Canada’s leading public intellectual. Declared a “prophet” by Time magazine, Saul has received many awards and prizes, including Chile’s Pablo Neruda Medal. He is president of PEN International, an organization dedicated to freedom of expression. He has published fourteen works, which have been translated into twenty-five languages in thirty-six countries, the most recent of which is The Comeback, an examination of the remarkable return to power of Aboriginal people in Canada. Saul lives in Toronto.
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