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Elusive Destiny: The Political Vocation of John Napier Turner

by Paul Litt

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0774822643, Hardcover)

A political biography extraordinaire, Elusive Destiny reveals the inner workings of the Liberal Party in its heyday as charted through the meteoric rise and fall of John Napier Turner. It highlights Turner's vision for the country and tallies the political price he paid when he deviated from the Trudeau legacy on matters such as language rights, social spending, and Quebec. It also provides a new perspective on federal politics from the 1960s through
the 1980s while giving John Turner his rightful place in Canadian history.

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