Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Then, for a look at the underpinning and philosophy this guy:
John Ralston Saul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
These three works give insight to the Canadian culture and how it affects government
Le Citoyen dans un cul-de-sac?: Anatomie d'une société en crise (1996)
Reflections of a Siamese Twin: Canada at the End of the Twentieth Century (1997)
On Equilibrium: Six Qualities of the New Humanism (2001)
There are excerpts on the net.
And, if you can locate any work regarding the political landscape in the early Trudeau era where the foundations of our social policy were shaped, but, unfortunately on a socialist economic model i.e. throw money at it.
A starting point:
Pierre Trudeau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The last Canadian leader to deploy troops against citizens but is heralded as a social innovator
Politics of Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And this is a global round-up of what social programs there are and how they work. If you want to torture yourself I can connect you with some of the politicking behind the issues and some of the on-going challenges we face.
But, in closing one needs to shift their definitions a bit, and instead of the inaccurate right and left, but rather socialism - "ism" and "free enterprise, as what is emerging is a hybrid of social programs within an unfettered economy where government may be large, but keeps its nose to itself.
"Small people talk about people, average people talk about events, great people talk about ideas" Eleanor Roosevelt
Or to put it even more relevantly ... I saw where you're still acting foolish.
Still ... here ... knock yourself out ...
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