Friday 26 September 2008

The Harper Record - New Book - CCPA

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) has released a new book entitled "The Harper Record". The book is available for full download on the CCPA web-site. For more information about the book click here....

"This book is one in a series of CCPA publications that have examined the records of Canadian federal governments during the duration of their tenure. As with earlier CCPA reports on the activities of previous governments while in office, this book gives a detailed account of the laws, policies, regulations, and initiatives of the Conservative minority government under Prime Minister Stephen Harper during its 32-month term from January 2006 to September 2008." read more....

1 comment:

tdwebste said...

This book covers "understanding Stephen Harper" very well. I suggest every whether you support Harper or not read this section.

If you support Harper and is conservative right polices, you will find it interesting if nothing else.

If you do not support Harper's conservative right polices or his means of implementing them, you will gain some respect and some wisdom.

His record suggest that he is enough of an ideologue that he would rather win one majority and introduce significant policy changes than win three and not leave a clear legacy in terms of the structure and character of governance in Canada. To appreciate the possible consequences of a Harper majority, we must consider the nature of the conservatism to which he personally subscribes.