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Book Review: Even with my interest in natural history, I didn’t expect to find this five-hundred-plus-page tome all that engaging, given the dry title. Yet I found myself drawn in to Wetherell’s accessible, sometimes-passionate, always measured writing style.
Book Review: Filling in the Ranks traces the development of the Canadian Army during the First World War, from its militia roots and enlistment criteria, through to the training of reinforcements.
Book Review: Wright’s argument is that Trudeau’s triumphs had nothing to do with charisma, or television, or the new nationalism of the sixties, but everything to do with Trudeau’s ideas. In Wright’s view, Trudeau was not a man of the future but a man of the past who had been honing his intellectual position since 1955 or thereabouts.
Book Review: Authors Poelzer and Coates opt for breadth respecting events of the past several decades. As well as providing a useful primer, a principal reason for their broad approach is to enable those of us interested in one or the other aspect of their “road map” to acquire just enough information to be able to search other sources.