No current Political Science text has yet covered the Charter's impact on both our political institutions and Canadian laws...until now! Canadian Politics and Government in the Charter Era provides a comprehensive discussion the of the Charter's significance for all of Canada's major political institutions and processes: the judiciary, the federal Parliament, the executive branch, interest groups, political culture, federalism, and policy-making.Rather than focusing exclusively on the Supreme Court, or a single area of public policy, the text gives students a comprehensive overview of the Charter's impact on politics and government over the past two decades.A moderate and balanced survey of the issues, Canadian Politics and Government in the Charter Era is clearly written and logically organized, with a host of pedagogical features in each chapter.
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Book Description Nelson Canada, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0176415890