Saskatchewan

The Roots of Discontent and Protest

Author(s): WARNOCK, John
ISBN13/Barcode: 9781551642444
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Saskatchewan: The Roots of Discontent and Protest explores the province's past in order to understand the present and glimpse the future, revealing the story of Saskatchewan from inception to centennial.


JOHN W. WARNOCK received his Ph.D from the American University, Washington, D.C., School of International Service. After working for the U.S. State Department, he taught political economy, most recently at the University of Regina. A Canadian citizen, he has a long history of involvement in political and environmental movements and is well known as a popular journalist. 


Chapter 1: Saskatchewan in the Era of North American Integration


Chapter 2: Economics, Political Economy and Human Society


Chapter 3: The World of Capitalism


Chapter 4: Saskatchewan as a Permanent Hinterland Area


Chapter 5: Saskatchewan and the Wheat Economy


Chapter 6: The Political Economy of Racism


Chapter 7: The Roots of Racism in Saskatchewan


Chapter 8: The Persistence of Patriarchy In Saskatchewan


Chapter 9: Populism of the Political Left and Right


Chapter 10: The Forest Resources in Economic Development


Chapter 11: The Struggle Over Resource Royalties


Chapter 12: Social Democracy on the Prairies


Chapter 13: The NDP and Structural Adjustment


Chapter 14: Building an Alternative to Neoliberalism

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Saskatchewan: The Roots of Discontent and Protest explores the province's past in order to understand the present and glimpse the future, revealing the story of Saskatchewan from inception to centennial.

JOHN W. WARNOCK received his Ph.D from the American University, Washington, D.C., School of International Service. After working for the U.S. State Department, he taught political economy, most recently at the University of Regina. A Canadian citizen, he has a long history of involvement in political and environmental movements and is well known as a popular journalist. 

Chapter 1: Saskatchewan in the Era of North American Integration

Chapter 2: Economics, Political Economy and Human Society

Chapter 3: The World of Capitalism

Chapter 4: Saskatchewan as a Permanent Hinterland Area

Chapter 5: Saskatchewan and the Wheat Economy

Chapter 6: The Political Economy of Racism

Chapter 7: The Roots of Racism in Saskatchewan

Chapter 8: The Persistence of Patriarchy In Saskatchewan

Chapter 9: Populism of the Political Left and Right

Chapter 10: The Forest Resources in Economic Development

Chapter 11: The Struggle Over Resource Royalties

Chapter 12: Social Democracy on the Prairies

Chapter 13: The NDP and Structural Adjustment

Chapter 14: Building an Alternative to Neoliberalism

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ISBN13/Barcode 9781551642444
ISBN10 1551642441
Author WARNOCK, John
Binding Paperback
Date Published 21 Jun 2004
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 427
Publisher Black Rose Books

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