Tag Archives: Brian Mulroney

Cadres for Canadian Renewal

Cadres for Canadian Renewal Mark Wegierski, on an under-estimated element in politics  Whether one calls them infrastructures or “cadres”, conservatives in Canada today are greatly in need of them. A truly consummate politician is able to utilize the self-interest of … Continue reading

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Regionalism and Nationalism in Canada

Regionalism and Nationalism in Canada The third of a series of articles by Mark Wegierski to mark the Sesquicentennial of Canadian Confederation The historical context The problem of centre-periphery relations in a society, and of how a geographically extensive country extending … Continue reading

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Brian Mulroney and the Failure of Conservatism

Brian Mulroney and the Failure of Conservatism Mark Wegierski marks the Sesquicentennial of Canadian Confederation (article 1) Brian Mulroney was one of the most disappointing Prime Ministers that Canada ever had. As leader of the federal Progressive Conservative party, Mulroney … Continue reading

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