The Rise and Fall of the Neo-Liberal Parties, 1982–1993
From: The Rise of the New West
Looks at the rise and fall of neo-liberal parties in Canada between 1982-1993, analyzes the neo-liberal impact on the west in terms of their diversification strategies and the jeopardizing of the economic foundation in terms of agriculture, energy, and forestry
John F. Conway
JOHN F. CONWAY, a well-known commentator on Western Canadian politics, teaches sociology at the University of Regina. He is the author of The Canadian Family in Crisis and Debts to Pay, and a frequent contributor to newspapers across Canada.