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When the Gods Changed: The Death of Liberal Canada
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0307358267, Hardcover)Peter C. Newman, Canada's most "cussed and discussed" political journalist, on the death spiral of the Liberal Party.
The May 2, 2011 federal election turned Canadian governance upside down and inside out. In his newest and possibly most controversial book, bestselling author Peter C. Newman argues that the Harper majority will alter Canada so much that we may have to change the country's name. But the most lasting impact of the Tory win will be the demise of the Liberal Party, which ruled Canada for seven of the last ten decades and literally made the country what it is. Newman chronicles, in bloody detail, the de-construction of the Grits' once unassailable fortress and anatomizes the ways in which the arrogance embedded in the Liberal genetic code slowly poisoned the party's progressive impulses.
When the Gods Changed is the saga of a political self-immolation unequalled in Canadian history. It took Michael Ignatieff to light the match.
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Describes the downfall of the Liberal Party of Canada as a result of the May 2, 2011 federal election and the implications for Canada. Based on interviews with former Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff, his supporters and critics, and political insiders.
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