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Reconsidering the Constitution, Minorities and Politics in Canada

  • Yasmeen Abu–Laban (a1) and Tim Nieguth (a1)

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The constitution and constitutional discourse have loomed large on the agenda of Canadian political science since the 1960s. Over time, political scientists have approached the constitution and its role in society from a number of angles reflecting perceived primary axes of power and dominant cleavages within Canadian society. Thus, federalism, regionalism and British-French dualism have been prominent in explorations of constitutional politics, while such questions as the relation of the constitution to class or gender have been less central.

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  • Yasmeen Abu–Laban (a1) and Tim Nieguth (a1)

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