POL 211 CANADIAN POLITICAL PARTIES 1998-99

CLASSIFIED BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. Participation 3

a) Citizens 3

b) Participation in the Parties 6

c) Women 7

2. Non-Canadian and Comparative Works on Parties 9

3. General Works on Canadian Parties 10

4. The Party System 12

5. The Electoral System 13

6. Parties in the Federal System 14

7. Regionalism 15

8. The Major Parties 16

a) The Conservative Party 16

b) The Liberal Party 17

c) NDP (CCF) 18

d) The Progressive Party 20

e) The Reform Party 20

f) The Bloc québécois 21

9. Election Analysis 21

10. Party Financing and Corruption 26

11. Leadership 28

a) General 28

b) Biography 29

12. Leadership Conventions 31

13. Cabinet 32

14. Parliament 33

15. Ideologies 34

16. The Media 35

17. Parties in the Provinces 38

a) General 38

b) The Maritimes 39

c) Ontario 39

d) Quebec 40

e) The West 41

18. Municipal Parties and City Politics 43

No student should rely completely on this guide, large though it may be. Consult bibliographies and use the reference and periodical sections at the Robarts Library -before completing your bibliographical search. Abstracts and Indices such as the PAIS (found on index table 3 in the Robarts reference area) or the Canadian Periodical Index (Robarts Reference department - index table 2) can be especially helpful.

Call numbers have been provided where possible. Please note corrections and additions at the end of this bibliography and return it at the end of the year.

* indicates a book of essays on various topics; consult table of contents to see if there is a useful chapter for your purposes.

 

Abbreviations of most common periodicals cited:

AJPS American Journal of Political Science JA1 M532

APSR American Political Science Review JA1 A6

CJPS Canadian Journal of Political Science JA4 C3

(1968 - )

CJEPS Canadian Journal of Economics & Political Science H 1 C3

( - 1967)

CJS Canadian Journal of Sociology HM 1 C3

CJPST Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory AS 40 A1C36

CPSA Canadian Political Science Association,

Annual Meetings JA 28 C32

CPA Canadian Public Administration JL 1C36

CP Comparative Politics JA1 A1C65

CRSA Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology H 1 C36

JCS Journal of Canadian Studies E 5000 J6

JP Journal of Politics JA1 J6

QQ Queen's Quarterly AP5 Q3

TCPS Theses in Canadian Political Science Z 7165 C2T44

1. Participation

a) Citizens

C. F. Alford, "The `Iron Law of Oligarchy' in the Athenian Poll...and Today," CJPS 28, No. 2 (June 1986) pp. 295-312.

Robert R. Alford and Roger Friedland, Powers of Theory: Capitalism, The State and Democracy (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985). [*JC 325 A49 1985]

Gabriel Almond and Sidney Verba, The Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1963). [JA 74 A45]

Richard Apostle, Leonard Kasdan and Arthur Houson, "Political Efficacy and Political Activity Among Fishermen in Southwest Nova Scotia," JCS 19, no. 1 (Spring 1984), pp. 157-165.

Sherry R. Arnstein, "A Ladder of Citizen Participation," Journal of the American Planners Institute, July 1969, 216-224. [NA 9000 A57]

Christian Bay, "Politics and Pseudo-Politics," APSR 59, No. 2, pp. 39-51.

Bernard Bachrach, A Theory of Democratic Elitism: A Critique, Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1967. [JC 423 B2]

Peter Bachrach and Morton Baratz, "The Two Faces of Power," APSR 56 (1962), pp. 947-52.

Peter Bachrach and Morton Baratz, Power and Poverty: Theory and Practice, New York: Oxford University Press, 1970. [JC 330 B3]

Peter Bachrach and Morton Baratz, "Decisions and Non-Decisions," APSR 57 (1963), pp. 641-51.

Peter Beresford. Citizen Involvement: A Practical Guide for Change (Toronto:Macmillan, 1993). [HN 49 C6B47 1993]

Anthony Harold Birch, The Concepts and Theories of Modern Democracy (London/New York: Routledge, 1993). [JC 423 B56 1993 ROBA/ERIN]

Ed. William Crotty, Political Participation and American Democracy (Greenwood Press, 1991).

[JK 1764 P665 1991]

Colin Crouch (ed.), Participation in Politics, British Political Science Yearbook, Vol. 3 (London, Croom Helm, 1977). [JN 956 P37]

Robert Dahl, A Preface to Democratic Theory (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956). [SC 423 D25]

Robert Dahl, Who Governs: Democracy and Power in an American City (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1961). [JS 1195 2 D2]

Giuseppe Di Palma, Apathy and Participation (London: Collier-Macmillan, 1970). [JF 2049 D5]

James A. Draper, ed., Citizen Participation Canada. A Book of Readings (Toronto: New Press, 1971).

[HN 110 29 C 647]

Joseph F. Freeman. Government is Good: Citizen Participation and Power (University of Missouri, 1992).

[JF 2051 F74 1992]

Robert S. Gilmour and Robert B. Lane, Political Alienation in Contemporary America (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1975). [JK 1764 G54]

Robert T. Golembiewski et al., eds., Dilemmas of Political Participation (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1973).

[JK 2274 A3 G64]

John Gaventa, Power and Powerlessness: Quiescence and Rebellion in an Appalachian Valley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1980). [HC 107 A127938]

Ted Greenstein and Nelson Polsby (eds.), Non-Governmental Politics: Handbook of Political Science, Vol. 4 (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wellesley, 1975). [SA 66 H35, Vol. 4]

Kathryn Harrison & George Hoberg, "Setting The Environmental Agenda in Canada and the U.S.: The Cases of Dioxin and Raden." CJPS 24, no. 1 (March 1991), pp.3-28

Harry S. Kariel, ed., Frontiers of Democratic Theory, 1970. [JC 423 K28]

Gregory Kasza, "Parties, Interest Groups, and Administered Mass Organizations." Comparative Political Studies 26, no. 1 (April 1993), pp. 81-110. [JA 3 C65 ROBA/PRRH]

Herbert Kitschelt, "Social Movements, Political Parties, and Democratic Theory," The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 528 (July 1993), pp. 13-29.

Nancy Knight, Interest Groups: Understanding their Role in Public Planning Processes in Canada (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1991). [JL 148.5 K55 1991]

Seymour Martin Lipset, "The Social Requisites of Democracy Revisited," American Sociological Review 59 (Feb. 1994), pp. 1-22. [HM 1 A75 ROBA/PRRH]

Steven Lukes, Power: A Radical View (London: Macmillan, 1974). [SC 330 L843]

V. Lyon, "Houses of Citizens: Community Parliaments Could Provide a Democratic Way to Advocate Causes and to Influence Provincial and Federal Governments," Policy Options, 5 (Mar.-Apr. 1984), pp. 43-5. [JL 1 P64]

Frank MacKinnon, Postures and Politics: Some Observations on Participatory Democracy (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1973). [JC 423 M 16]

C. B. Macpherson, The Life and Times of Liberal Democracy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1977).

[JC 428 M116 S]

Lester Milbrath, Political Participation: How and Why Do People Get Involved in Politics? (Chicago: Rand-McNally, 1965), ch. 6. [JF 2051 M 48]

William Mishler, Political Participation in Canada: prospects for democratic citizenship, (Toronto: Macmillan, 1979). [JL 196 M58]

Richard Nadeau and André Blais, "Accepting the Election Outcome: The Effect of Participation on Losers' Consent," British Journal of Political Science 23 (Oct. 1993), pp. 555-63. [JA 8 37 ROBA/PRRH]

Nevitte, Neil. The Decline of Deference: Canadian Value Change in Cross-national Perspective. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press, 1996. [F 5091 N475 1996X]

Carole Pateman, Participation and Democratic Theory (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1970). [JC 423 P 274]

Gorraint Parry (ed.), Participation in Politics (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1972). [JF 2051 P27 1972]

Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Cloward, Why Americans Don't Vote (New York: Pantheon Books, 1988).

[JK 1987 P58 1988]

Nelson Polsby, Community Power and Political Theory 2nd ed. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1980).

[JS 1195 2 P6 1980]

Powell, Mary. Fostering Public Participation: a Brief Discussion and Selected Annotated Bibliography. Ottawa: Canadian Council on Social Development, [l988?]. [Z/7164/S6626/P68/1988]

Paul Pross, ed., Pressure Group Behaviour in Canadian Politics (Scarborough: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1975).

[JL 86 P7 P76]

Renshon, "Psychological Needs, Personal Control, and Political Participation," CJPS 8, No. 1 (1975), pp. 107-116.

Resnick, Philip. Parliament vs. People: an Essay on Democracy and Canadian Political Culture. Vancouver: New Star Books, 1984. [JL 61 R46 1984]

William R. Schonfeld, "The Meaning of Democratic Participation," World Politics 28, No. 1 (1975), 134-158.

[D 839 W57]

J. A. Schumpeter, Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, Part IV (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1943).

[HX 86 S33 1950]

Lawrence Scoff, "Two Concepts of Political Participation," Western Political Quarterly 28 (1975), pp. 447-462.

[JA W4]

Lawrence Scoff, Participation in the Western Political Tradition (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1970).

[JA 81 S326]

David P. Shugarman, ed., Thinking About Change (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974). For the University League for Social Reform. [HM 101 S44]

Lee Sigelman and Stanley Feldman, "Efficacy, Mistrust and Political Mobilization," Comparative Political Studies 16, No. 1 (April 1983), 118-143. [JA 3 C65]

Mark Sproule-Jones and Kenneth D. Hart, "A Public-Choice Model of Political Participation," CJPS 6, No. 2 (1973), 175-94.

Andrew Stark, "Political Discourse Analysis and the Debate Over Canada's Lobbying Legislation." CJPS 25, no. 3 (Sept 1993), pp. 513-534.

George Szablowski, "Public Bureaucracy and the Possibility of Citizen Involvement in the Government of Ontario," 1972. [JL 269 1971 S 96]

Charles Taylor, The Pattern of Politics (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970). [F 5091 T3]

Frederick Thayer, "Participation and Liberal Democratic Government," 1972. [JF 2049 T 47]

S. Verba and N. Nie, Participation in America: Political Democracy and Social Equality (Cambridge, 1972).

[JK 2274 A3 V4]

Verba, Scholzman, Brady & Nie, "Citizen Participation: Who Participates? What Do They Say?" APSR 87, no. 2 (June 1993), pp. 303-18.

 

b) Participation in the Parties

Samuel H. Barnes, "Party Democracy and the Logic of Collective Action," in Wm. J. Crotty, ed., Approaches to the Study of Party Organization (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1968), pp. 105-38. [JF 2051 C7]

H. D. Clarke et al., "Motivational Patterns and Differential Participation in a Canadian Party: The Ontario Liberals," AJPS 22, No. 1 (1978), 130-51.

Frederick C. Engelmann, "Membership Participation in Policy Making in the CCF," CJEPS 22, No. 2 (1958), 161-173.

Grafftey, Heward, Why Canadians Get the Politicians & Governments They Don't Want. Toronto: Stoddart, 1991. [ JL/196/G73/1991 SCAR]

David Hoffman, "Intra-Party Democracy: A Case Study," CJEPS 27, No. 2 (1961), pp. 223-235.

Allan Kornberg, Joel Smith and Harold D. Clarke, Citizen Politicians-Canada: Party Officials in a Democratic Society (Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 1979). [JL 196 K67]

J. A. Laponce, "Non-Voting and Non-Voters: A Typology," CJEPS 33, No. 1 (1967), pp. 75-87.

Peter M. Leslie, "The Role of Political Parties in Promoting the Interests of Ethnic Minorities," CJPS 2, No. 4 (1969), 419-33.

Ian McAllister, "Party Elites, Voters and Political Attitudes: Testing 3 Explanations for Mass-Elite Differences." CJPS 24, no. 2 (June 1991).

John Meisel, "Formulation of Liberal and Conservative Programs in 1957 Canadian General Election," CJEPS 26, No. 4 (1968), 565-574.

Howard A. Scarrow, "Nomination and Local Party Organization in Canada: A Case Study," The Western Political Quarterly 17, No. 1 (March 1964), 55-62. [JA1 W4]

Rick Van Loon, "Political Participation in Canada: The 1965 Election", CJPS 3, No. 3 (1970), 376-99.

Jan H. Pammett, "Adolescent Political Activity as a Learning Experience: The Action-Trudeau Campaign of 1968," in Jon H. Pammett and Michael S. Whittington, eds., Foundations of Political Culture, Political Socialization in Canada (Toronto: Macmillan, 1976), 160-94. [JA 76 F77]

Alan Ware, The Logic of Party Democracy (London: Macmillan, 1979). [JF 2049 W28]

Alan Ware, Citizens, Parties and the State: A Reappraisal (Cambridge: Polity Press, 1987). [JF 2051 W37 1987]

Susan Welch, "Dimensions of Political Participation in a Canadian Sample," CJPS 8, No. 4 (1975), 553-59.

Wiggins, Hamm & Bell, "Interest Group & Party Influence Agents in the Legislative Process: A Comparative Analysis." JP 44, no. 1 (Feb. 1992), pp. 89-100.

 

c) Women

Denise L. Baer, "Political Parties: The Missing Variable in Women and Politics Research," Political Research Quartely 46 (Sept. 1993), pp. 547-76. [JA 1 W42 ROBA/PRRH]

Sylvia Bashevkin, "Social Background and Political Experience: Gender Differentiation among Ontario Provincial Party Elites, 1982," Atlantis 9 (Feb. 1983), pp. 1-12. [PER NEWC]

Sylvia Bashevkin, "Women's Participation in the Ontario Political Parties, 1971-1981," JCS 17, no. 2 (Summer 1982), pp. 44-54.

Sylvia Bashevkin, "Social Change and Political Partisanship: The Development of Women's Attitudes in Quebec, 1965-1979," Comparative Political Studies 16, No. 2 ( July 1983), 147-172.

Sylvia Bashevkin, "Political Parties and the Representation of Women," in Alain G. Gagnon and Brian Tanguay, eds., Canadian Parties in Transition: Discourse, Organization and Representation (Scarborough: Nelson Canada, 1989). [JL 195 C28 1989 VUPT/ERIN]

Sylvia Bashevkin, Toeing the Lines: Women and Party Politics in English Canada 2nd ed. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1992). [HQ 1236.5 C3 B37 1993 VUPT]

Janine Brodie, Women and Politics in Canada (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1985). [HQ 1236.5 C2B78 1985]

Janine Brodie, "Women and Politics: Many Participate but Few are Chosen," in Paul Fox and Graham White, eds., Politics: Canada 6th ed. (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1987), pp. 18-27. [F 5091 F6 1987 ROBA/SIGS]

Janine Brodie, "The Gender Factor and National Leadership Conventions in Canada," in George Perlin, ed. Party Democracy in Canada: The Politics of National Party Conventions (Scarborough: Prentice Hall Canada, 1988).

[JL 195 P37 1988 VUPT]

Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, Women in Politics: Becoming Full Partners in the Political Process (Ottawa: Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1987). [HQ 1236 .5 C2 W65 1988 LAW]

Sharon Carstairs, Not One of the Boys (Toronto: Macmillan Canada, 1993). [F 5674 C37A3 1993 ROBA/SIGS]

R.K. Carty and Lynda Erickson, "Candidate Nomination in Canada's National Parties," in H. Bakvis, ed., Canadian Political Parties: Leaders, Candidates and Organizations (Toronto: Dundurn, 1991), vol. 13 of the Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing studies. [JL 195 C342 1991 SIGS]

Wallace Clement, Relations of Ruling: Class and Gender in Postindustrial Societies (Montreal: McGillQueen's University Press, 1994). [HN 17 .5 C54 1994]

Lynda Erickson, "Making Her Way In: Women, Parties, and Candidacies in Canada," in J. Lovenduski and P. Norris, eds., Gender and Party Politics (London: Sage, 1993), pp. 60-85. [HQ 1236 G461991 SIGS]

Alvin Finkel, "Populism and Gender: The UFA and Social Credit Experience," JCS 2 (Winter 1992-93), pp. 76-97.

L. Gotell and J. Brodie, "Women and Parties: More than an Issue of Numbers," in Hugh Thorburn, ed., Party Politics in Canada 6th ed. (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1991). [JL 195 P38 1991 SIGS]

Alfred A. Hunter and Margaret A. Denton, "Do Female Candidates 'Lose Votes'? The Experience of Female Candidates in the 1979 and 1980 Canadian General Election," CRSA 21 (Nov. 1984), pp. 395-406. [H 1 C36 ROBA/PRRH]

Linda Kealey and Joan Sangster, Beyond the Vote: Canadian Women and Politics (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1989). [HQ 1236.5 C2B48 1989 ROBA/SIGS]

Penney Kome, Women of Influence: Canadian Women and Politics (Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1985). [HQ 1236.5 C2K66 1985 ROBA/SIGS]

Kome, Penney. Every Voice Counts: a Guide to Personal and Political Action. Ottawa: Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1989. [JL 148 .5 K65 1989]

Kathryn Kopinak, "Women in Canadian Municipal Politics: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back," CRSA 22 (Aug. 1985), pp. 394-410.

Joni Lovenduski and Pippa Norris, eds., Gender and Party Politics (London: Sage, 1993). [HQ 1235 G46 1993 ROBA/SIGS]

MacIvor, Heather. Women and Politics in Canada. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press, c1996.

[HQ 1236 .5 C2M32 1996]

Kathy Megyery, ed., Women in Canadian Politics: Toward Equity in Representation (Ottawa: Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing and Canada Communications Group, 1991).

[H1 1391 C2W64 1991 SIGS]

Anne Phillips, Democracy and Difference (Cambridge, Eng.: Polity Press, 1993). [HQ 1190 P46 1993]

Manon Tremblay, "Political Party, Political Philosophy and Feminism: A Case Study of the Female and Male Candidates in the 1989 Quebec General Election," CJPS 26 (1993), pp. 507-22.

Lane Van Tassell, "Participation of Women in National Party Conventions in the United States, Great Britain, and Canada," GPSA Journal 8, no. 1 (Spring 1980), pp. 153-70. [NB: journal name changed to Southeastern Political Review]

Dorothy Zaborsky, "Feminist Politics: The Feminist Party of Canada," Women's Studies International Forum 10, no. 6 (1987), pp. 613-622. [PER NEWC]

 

2. Non-Canadian and Comparative Works on Parties

Bernard R. Berelson, Paul F. Lazarsfeld, William N. McPhee, Voting, A Study of Opinion Formation in a Presidential Campaign (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1954). [1948 JK 526 B47]

Hans-George Betz, "The New Politics of Resentment: Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe," CP 25, no. 4 (July 1993), pp. 413-428.

André Blais, Donald Blake and Stephane Dion, "Do Parties Make a Difference? Parties and Size of Government in Liberal Democracies," AJPS 37, no. 1 (Feb. 1993), pp. 40-62.

Jean Blondel, Political parties: a genuine case for discontent? (London: Wildwood House, 1978). [JF 2011 B55]

Brian Crozier, The minimum state: beyond party politics (London: H. Hamilton, 1979). [JF 2061 C7]

Robert Dahl, ed., Political oppositions in Western democracies (New Haven, Yale University Press, 1966).

[JF 2051 D3]

Anthony Downs, An Economic Theory of Democracy (New York: Harper and Row, 1957). [1957 JF 1351 D6 1]

Maurice Duverger, Party politics and pressure groups: a comparative introduction (London: Nelson, 1972).

[JF 2011 D8813 1972 SIGS]

Maurice Duverger, Political Parties: Their Organization and Activity in the Modern State, (Methuen, University Paperbacks, 1965), esp. Introduction, and pp. 61-71. [1954 JF 2051 D 883 1]

Leon Epstein, Political Parties in Western Democracies (Praeger, 1967). Introduction, chs. 10 and 12, and passim. [1967 JF 2051 E65 1]

Bruce Desmond Graham, Representation and Party Politics: A Comparative Perspective (Oxford, Eng./Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1993). [JF 2011 G69 1993]

Bernard Grofman, ed., Information, Participation, and Choice: An Economic Theory of Democracy in Perspective (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993). [JF 1001 I54 1993]

K. Janda and D. S. King, "Formalizing and Testing Duverger's Theories on Political Parties," Comparative Political Studies 18, No. 2 ( July 1985), pp. 139-169. [JA3 C65]

Vincent Lemieux, Systèmes partisans et partis politiques (Sillery: Presse de l'Université du Québec, 1985). [JF 2011 L45 1985]

S. M. Lipset, "Introduction," in M. Ostrogorski, Democracy and the Organization of Political Parties, Vol. 1: England, abridged ed. (New York: Anchor, 1964), ix-ixv. [1964A JR 2051 085 1 V 1-2]

S. M. Lipset and Stein Rokkan, eds., Party Systems and Voter Alignments (New York: Free Press, 1967), "Introduction." [1967 JF 205L L56 4]

Roy C. Macridis, ed., Political Parties: Contemporary Trends and Ideas (Harper Torchbooks, 1967), esp. Introduction and chs. 1, 2, 5 (by Leiserson, Lipset, Epstein). [1967 JF 2051 M35 1, 2]

Mair, Peter. Party System Change: Approaches and Interpretations. Oxford: Clarendon press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. [JF/2011/M36/1997]

R. T. McKenzie, British Political Parties: The Distribution of Power Within the Conservative and Labour Parties 2nd ed. (London: Heinemann, 1963). [JN 1129 C72 M3]

Robert Michels, Political Parties, 1915. (New York: Dover, 1959). [JF 2049 M543 1959]

Sigmund Neumann, Modern political parties: approaches to comparative politics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956). [JF 2011 N4]

Geraint Parry and Michael Moran, eds., Democracy and Democratization (London/New York: Routledge, 1994). [JC 421 D462 1994 ROBA/ERIN]

Douglas Rae, The political consequences of electoral laws (New Haven: Yale UP, 1967). [JF 1001 R3]

Giovanni Sartori, Parties and party systems: a framework for analysis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976). [JF 2051 S26 SIGS]

Frank J. Sorauf, Party Politics in America (Boston: Little, Brown, 1968). [JK 2265 S65].

L. Harmon Zeigler, Political Parties in Industrial Democracies: Imagining the Masses (Itasca, Ill.: F.E. Peacock Publishers, 1993). [JF 2011 Z45 1993]

 

3. General Works on Canadian Parties

Ed. Herman Bakvis, Representation, Integration and Political Parties in Canada. (Toronto: Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and etc., 1991). [JL 195 R4 1991 VUPT]

Herman Bakvis, ed., Canadian Political Parties: Leaders, Candidates and Organization. (Toronto: Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and etc., 1991). [GOVT CA1...Z...1-1989E113]

Sylvia Bashevkin, Canadian Political Behaviour, [VUL JL 65 1985 C35 1985].

J.M.S. Careless, The Union of the Canadas: The Growth of Canadian Institutions, 1841-1857, (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1972). [F 5076 C37]

Owen Carrigan, Canadian Party Platforms, 1867-1968 (Toronto: Copp Clark, 1968). [JL 195 C37]

 

Carty, R. K., ed. Canadian Political Party Systems: a Reader. [Peterborough, Ont.]: Broadview Press, [1992]. [JL/195/C343/1992]

Carty, R. Kenneth. Canadian Political Parties in the Constituencies. Ottawa: Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing, Dundurn Press, 1991. [CA1..Z....1-1989E123]

F. C. Engelmann and M. A. Schwartz, Political Parties and the Canadian Social Structure, (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1967). [JL 195 E5]

F. C. Engelmann and M. A. Schwartz, Canadian Political Parties: Origin, Character, Impact (Toronto: Prentice-Hall, 1975). [JL 195 E47]

Leon Epstein, "A Comparative Study of Canadian Parties," APSR. 58, No. 1. Reprinted in Kruhlak et al.

[JL 65 K78]

Johnson, Andrew F., ed. Canadian Public Policy: Globalization and Political Parties. Toronto: Copp Clark, c1997. [JL/75/C36/1997]

Vincent Lemieux, "Pour une science politique des partis," CJPS 5, No. 4, 1972, 485-502.

S. M. Lipset, "Introduction," in Agrarian Socialism (New York: Doubleday, Anchor Books, 1968). [JL 197 C6 L5]

Vaughan Lyon, "Future of Parties - Inevitable - Obsolete?," JCS 18 (Winter 1983-84), pp. 108-31.

J. R. Mallory, "The Structure of Canadian Politics," in Hugh Thorburn, ed., Party Politics in Canada 2nd ed. (Toronto: Prentice-Hall, 1961), 24-32. [JL 195 T45]

Jack Masson, The demise of "alphabet parties" (Edmonton: University of Alberta, 1976). [JL 195 M37]

J. T. McLeod, "Party Structures and Party Reform," in A. Rotstein, ed., The Prospect of Change (McGraw-Hill, 1965). Condensed in Fox, Politics: Canada, 2nd & 3rd eds. [HC 115 463]

John Meisel, The stalled omnibus: Canadian parties in the 1960s (New York, 1963). [F 5091 M4]

John Meisel, Cleavages, parties and values in Canada (London: Sage Publications, 1974). [JL 195 M34]

John Meisel, "Canadian Parties and Politics," in R. H. Leach, ed., Contemporary Canada (Durham, N.C., 1968).

[F 5012 L4]

Political Parties and Parliamentary Recognition (Ottawa: Library of Parliament, Research Branch, 1990). [CA1..YL..16 - 1990B243 GOVT]

*John H. Redekop, Approaches to Canadian Politics (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1978). [JL 65 1978 A65]

John Saywell, ed., Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, annual kept in reference rooms). [FLS 971 C212 AB RF]

Richard Schultz, Orest M. Kruhlak and John C. Terry, eds., The Canadian Political Process 3rd ed. (Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979). [JL 65 1973 K78]

Tanguay, Brian and Alain Gagnon, eds. Canadian Parties in Transition. 2nd ed. Scarborough, Ont.: Nelson Canada, 1996. [JL/195/C34/1996X]

* Hugh G. Thorburn, ed., Party Politics in Canada (Toronto: Prentice-Hall, 3rd ed. 1972, 4th ed., 1978). [JL 195 T45] ( 5th ed., 1985) [JL 195T38, 1985].

F. H. Underhill, Canadian Political Parties, CHA Booklet No. 8, 1964. [JL 195 95]

F. H. Underhill et al., Upper Canadian Politics in the 1850's (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1967).

[F 5076 46]

Joseph Wearing, Strained relations: Canada's parties and voters (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1988).

[JL 195 W4 1988]

* Conrad Win and John McMenemy, Political Parties in Canada (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1976). [JL 195 W74]

* M. S. Whittington and Glen Williams, eds., Canadian Politics in the 1980's (Toronto: Methuen, 1981), esp. parts II and III. [F 5090 C36]

Walter Young, Democracy and discontent: progressivism, socialism and social credit (Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1969). [F 5086 Y64]

 

4. The Party System

Blais, Blake & Dion, "Do Parties Make a Difference? Parties and Size of Government in Liberal Democracies." AJPS 37, No. 1 (Feb. 1993), pp.40-62

J. Blondel, "Party Systems and Patterns of Government in Western Democracies," CJPS I, No. 2 (1968), 180-203.

Leon Dion, "Politique consultative et systéme politique," CJPS 2, No. 2 (1969), 226-44.

Alain Gagnon, Third Parties: A Theoretical Framework (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1980). [JL 196 G34]

Georges Lavau, "Partis et systémes politiques: interactions et fonctions," CJPS 2, No. 1 (1969), 18-44.

Vaughan Lyon, "The Future of Parties - Inevitable . . .Obsolete?," JCS 18, No. 4, (Winter 1983-84), 108-131.

Vaughan Lyon, "Stalemated Democracy -- The Canadian Case." JCS, 26, No. 3 ( Fall 1991), pp.120-39

Peter McCormick, "Voting Behaviour in Alberta: The Quasi-Party System Revisited," JCS 15, No. 3 (1980), 85-97.

K. McNaught, "The Multi-Party System in Canada," in LaPierre et al., eds., Essays on the Left (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1971). [F 5091 E88]

J. Meisel, "Canadian Parties and Politics," in R. H. Leach, ed., Contemporary Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1968). [F 5012 L4]

Maurice Pinard, "One-Party Dominance and Third Parties," CJEPS 31, No. 3 (1967), 358-373. An earlier version of the material in chs. 2 and 4 of The Rise of a Third Party. [JL 259 A45 P53]

Jorgen Rasmussen, "A Research Note on Canadian Party Systems," CJEPS 33, No. 1 (1967), 98-106.

Giovanni Sartori, Parties and Party Systems: A Framework for Analysis, Vol. I (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976). [JF 2051 526]

Denis Smith, "Political Parties and the Survival of Canada," in Carty and Ward, eds., Entering the Eighties.

[JL 65 1980 E6]

Donald V. Smiley, "The Two-Party System and One-Party Dominance in the Liberal Democratic State," CJEPS 24, No. 3 (1958), 312-22.

Donald V. Smiley, Canada in Question: Federalism in the Seventies (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1972). [JL 27 S53]

 

5. The Electoral System

M. L. Balinski and H. P. Young, "Parliamentary Representation and the Amalgam Method," CJPS 14, No. 4 (1981), 797-812.

J. M. Beck, "The Election of 1957 and the Canadian Electoral System," The Dalhousie Review 37, No. 4 (Winter, 1958). [AP 5D3]

V. Bogdanor and D. Butler, Democracy and Elections: Electoral Systems and Their Political Consequences.

[JN 94 A95D45 1983].

Alan C. Cairns, "The Electoral System and Party System in Canada: 1921-1965," CJPS 1, No. 1 (1968), 55-80. Reprinted in Kruhlak. [JL 259 A45 P53]

Reply by J. A. A. Lovink, "On Analysing the Impact of the Electoral System on the Party System in Canada," CJPS 3, No. 4 (1970). Reprinted in part in Thorburn, 3rd ed. [JL 195 T45 1972]

Alan C. Cairns, "A Reply to J. A. A. Lovink, On Analysing the Impact of the Electoral System on the Party System in Canada," CJPS 3, No. 4 (1970), 517-21.

John C. Courtney, "Reflections on Reforming the Canadian Electoral System," CPA 23, No. 3 (1980), 427-457.

W. M. Dobell, "A Limited Corrective to Plurality Voting," CPP 7, No. 1 (1981), 75-81.

David J. Elkins, Manipulation and Consent: How Voters and Leaders Manage Complexity (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1993). [JF 1001 E47 1993 ERIN]

William Irvine, Does Canada need a new electoral system? (Kingston: Queen's University). [JL 193 I688]

William P. Irvine, "Canadian Election Reform: Dialogue on Issues and Effects," (Ontario Commission on Election Contributions and Expenses Report), CPP 9 (Dec. 1983), pp. 513-4. [HC 111 A1C38 03]

R. Johnston and J. Ballantyne, "Geography and the Electoral System," CJPS 10, No. 4 (1977), 857-866.

James Lightbody, "Swords and Ploughshares: The Election Prerogative in Canada," CJPS 5, No. 2 (1972), 287-91.

W. E. Lyons, One Man - One Vote (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1970). [JL 194 L9]

John Meisel, Working Papers on Canadian Politics (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1975).

[F5091 M43 1975]

T. H. Qualter, The Election Process in Canada (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1970). [JL 193 Q35]

F. Schindeler, "One Man, One Vote; One Vote, One Value," JCS 3, No. 1 (1968).

David J. Elkins and Richard Simeon, Small Worlds: Provinces and Parties in Canadian Political Life (Toronto: Methuen, 1980). [JL 65 1980 S53]

D. Spafford, "The Electoral System, Parties and the Federal System of Canada," APSR 64 (1970), 168-76.

J. Twiss, "The Impact of Electoral Redistribution and Re-allocation of Seats on the Party System," paper given to the Canadian Political Science Association (May 1978). [JA 28C32 1978 v. 5]

Norman Ward, "The Representative System and the Calling of Elections," CJPS 6, No. 4 (1973), 655-60.

 

6. Parties in the Federal System

Edwin R. Black, "Federal Strains Within a Canadian Party," in Thorburn, Party Politics in Canada 2nd and 3rd editions. [JL 195 T45]

Donald Blake, "The Consistency of Inconsistency: Party Identification in Federal and Provincial Politics," CJPS 15, No. 4 (1982), 691-710.

John C. Courtney and David E. Smith, "Voting in a Provincial General Election and a Federal By-Election: A Constituency Study of Saskatoon City," CJEPS 32, No. 3 (1966), 338-353.

Henry Jacek, John McDonough, Ronald Shimizu and Patrick Smith, "The Congruence of Federal-Provincial Campaign Activity in Party Organizations: The Influence of Recruitment Patterns in Three Hamilton Ridings," CJPS 5, No. 2 (1972), 190-205.

Simon Laflamme, "La politique fédérale canadienne au singulier et au pluriel," CJPS 18, No. 4 (Dec. 1985), pp. 697-714.

K. L. Morrison, "The Businessmen Voter in Thunder Bay: The Catalyst to the Federal-Provincial Voting Split?," CJPS 6, No. 2 (1973), pp. 219-29.

Steven Muller, "Federalism and the Party System in Canada," in Meekison, 1st ed. (1968). [JL 7 M44]

S. J. R. Noel, "Political Parties and Elite Accommodation: Interpretations of Canadian Federalism," in J. Peter Meekison, ed., Canadian Federalism: Myth or Reality, 2nd ed., (Methuen, 1971). [JL 27 M44]

S. J. R. Noel, "Consociational Democracy and Canadian Federalism," CJPS 4, No. 1 (1971), 15-18.

George Perlin and Patti Peppin, "Variations in Party Support in Federal and Provincial Elections: Some Hypotheses," CJPS 4, No. 2 (1971), 280-6.

Howard A. Scarrow, "Federal-Provincial Voting Patterns in Canada," CJEPS 26, No. 2 (1960), 289-98.

D. V. Smiley, Canada in Question: Federalism in the Seventies (McGraw-Hill, 1972), Ch. 4. [JL 27 553]

Carole Jean Uhlaner, "The Consistency of Individual Political Participation Across Government Levels in Canada," AJPS 26, No. 2 (1982), 298-311.

 

7. Regionalism

Harman Bakvis, "Regional ministers, national policies, and the administrative state in Canada: the regional dimension in Cabinet decision-making, 1980-1984." CJPS 21, no.3 (Fall 88)

Donald E. Blake, "The Measurement of Regionalism in Canadian Voting Patterns," CJPS 5, No. 1 (1972), 55-81.

N. H. Chi, "The Regression Model of Regionalism: A Critique," CJPS 5, No. 2, 291-97, and William P. Irvine, "A Reply to Professor Chi's Critique," ibid., 297-300.

* David J. Elkins and Richard Simeon, Small Worlds: Provinces and Parties in Canadian Political Life (Toronto: Methuen, 1980). [JL 65 1980 553]

Roger Gibbins, Regionalism (Toronto: Butterworth and Co., 1982). [JL 27 G53]

William P. Irvine, "Assessing Regional Effects in Data Analysis," CJPS 4, No. 1 (1971), 21-24.

R. W. Jackman, "Political Parties, Voting and National Integration: The Canadian Case," CP 4 (July 1972), 511-36. [JA1 A1C65]

Richard Johnston and Janet Ballantyne, "Geography and the Electoral System," CJPS 10, No. 4 (1977), 857-66.

C. B. Macpherson, Democracy in Alberta: Social Credit and the Party System (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1953). [JL 500 A8 M3]

George Melnyk, Beyond Alienation: Political Essays on the West (Calgary: Destelig Enterprises, 1993). [F 5628 M45 1993 ROBS/SIGS/ERIN/SCAR]

Michael D. Ornstein, H. Michael Stevenson, and A. Paul Williams, "Region, Class and Political Culture in Canada," CJPS 13, No. 2 (1980), 227-272.

David Sankoff and Koula Mellos, "La régionalisation électorale et l'amplification des proportions," CJPS 6, No. 3 (1973), 380-98.

Richard Simeon and David J. Elkins, "Regional Political Cultures in Canada," CJPS 8, No. 3 (1974), 397-437.

Tomblin, Stephen G. Ottawa and the Outer Provinces: the Challenge of Regional Integration in Canada. Toronto: James Lorimer, 1995J[L/27/T65/1995]

Stephen H. Ullman, "Regional Political Cultures in Canada: A Theoretical and Conceptual Introduction," in Richard Schultz, Orest Kruhlak and John Terry, eds., The Canadian Political Process 3rd ed. (Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979), 3-14.

Charles A. White, "Splinter Politics: Disillusionment with Mainline Politicians has Triggered the Growth of Small regional Parties in Canada," Canada and the World. 56 No 5 (Jan 1991) pp 10-12.

John Wilson, "The Canadian Political Cultures Towards a Redefinition of the Nature of the Canadian Political System," CJPS 7, No. 3 (1974), 438-483.

 

8. The Major Parties

Ron Graham, One-eyed kings: promise & illusion in Canadian politics (Toronto: Collins, 1986).

[FC 630.G72 TRIN]

B. Kay, "An Examination of Class and Left-Right Party Images in Canadian Voting," CJPS 10, No. 1, pp. 127-43.

J. A. Laponce, "Canadian Party Labels: An Essay in Semantics and Anthropology," CJPS 2, No. 2 (1969), 141-57.

R. Ogmundson, "Party Class Image and Class Vote in Canada," American Sociological Review 40 (August 1975), 506-512. [HM 1 A75]

H. A. Scarrow, "Distinguishing Between Political Parties -- The Case of Canada," Midwest Journal of Political Science (February 1965). [JA 1 M53]

John F. Zipp, "Left-Right Dimensions of Canadian Federal Party Identification: A Discriminant Analysis," CJPS 2, No. 2 (June 1978), pp. 251-78.

 

a) The Conservative Party (see also Leadership: (b) Biography)

David Bercuson, Sacred trust?: Brian Mulroney and the Conservative Party in power (Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1986). [F 5091 M92 B46 1986]

Brooke Jeffrey, Breaking Faith: The Mulroney Legacy of Deceit, Destruction and Disunity. (Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1992). [F 5110 J44 1992]

Robert Chodos, Selling out: four years of the Mulroney government (Toronto: James Lorimer, 1988).

[F 5092 C56 1988]

Harold D. Clarke and Allan Kornberg, "Support for Canadian Federal Progressive Conservative Party since 1988: The Impact of Economic Evaluation and Economic Issues." CJPS 25, no. 1, (March 1992), pp. 29-54

Donald Creighton, Sir John A. MacDonald, 2 vols. (Toronto: Macmillan, 1955). [F 5081 M126 C7]

John English, The Decline of Politics: The Conservatives and the Party System, 1901-20 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993). [JL 197 P67E54 1993]

Royce Frith and Len Kuchar, The Show Must Not Go On (Montreal/Toronto: Robert Davies Publishing, 1993).

[F 5090 F75 1993]

J. L. Granatstein, The Politics of Survival: The Conservative Party of Canada, 1939-45 (Toronto: U of T Press, 1967). [JL 197 P67 G7]

Ed Finn, ed., The Tory Wreckord: 1984-1993: Thirty-Six Ways the Tories Have Hurt Canadians (Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 1993). [F 5091 T68 1993]

Frith, Royce, The Show Must Not Go On. Montreal; Toronto: Robert Davies Publishing, 1993. [F/5090/F75/1993]

George Hogan, The Conservative in Canada (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1963). [JL 197 P67 H6]

James Johnston, The Party's Over (Don Mills: Longman Canada), 1971. [F 5091 D5 J65]

Heath MacQuarrie, The Conservative Party (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1965). [JL 197 P67 M33]

Patrick Martin, Allan Gregg and George Perlin, Contenders (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1983). [JL 197 P67 M36]

McLaughlin, David, Poisoned Chalice: the Last Campaign of the Progressive Conservative Party?. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1994. [F 5091 P75M35 1994]

Peter C. Newman, Renegade in Power (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1963). [F 5091 N48 1973]

George C. Perlin, The Tory Syndrome: Leadership Politics in the Progressive Conservative Party (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1980). [JL 197 P67 P4]

Peter Regenstreif, The Diefenbaker Interlude: Parties and Voting in Canada (Toronto: Longmans, 1965).

[JL 193 R4]

Segal, Hugh. No Surrender: Reflections of a Happy Warrior in the Tory Crusade. 1st ed. Toronto: HarperCollins, c1996. [JL/197/P67S45/1996]

Charles Taylor, Radical Tories: The Conservative Tradition in Canada (Toronto: Anansi, 1982). [JL 197 C3T39]

J. R. Williams, The Conservative Party in Canada, 1920-1949 (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1956).

[JL 197 P67 W5]

 

b) The Liberal Party (see also Leadership: (b) Biography)

Barlow, Maude. Straight Through the Heart: How the Liberals Abandoned the Just Society. Toronto: HarperCollins Publishers, 1995. [F/5091/B268/1995]

Comeau, Paul-André, "La transformation du parti libéral québécois," CJEPS 31, No. 3, pp. 358-367.

Greenspon, Edward and Anthony Wilson-Smith. Double Vision: the Inside Story of the Liberals in Power. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, c1996. [F/5091/G733/1996]

William P. Irvine, "The Puzzle of Liberal Party Success," QQ 89, No.2 (1982), 340-346.

Liberal Party of Canada, Creating Opportunity: The Liberal Plan for Canada (Ottawa: Liberal Party of Canada, 1993). [JL 197 L5 L5 1993 ERIN]

Liberal Party of Canada, Convention 1980: Discussion Paper (Ottawa: Liberal Party of Canada, 1980). [JL 197 L5 A47]

Pat Latham, True Grits, New Grits (Hemlock Press, 1992). [Jl 197 L5L37 1992]

* Allen M. Linden, ed., Living in the Seventies (Toronto: Peter Martin, 1970). [JL 65 1970 L56]

Christina McCall-Newman, Grits: An Intimate Portrait of the Liberal Party (Toronto: Macmillan, 1982).

[JL 197 L5 M32]

Peter McCormick, "Is the Liberal Party Declining?: Liberals, Conservatives, and Provincial Politics 1867-1980," JCS 18, No. 4 (Winter 1983-84), pp. 88-107.

Ed. Cleo Mowers, Towards a New Liberalsim: Re-Creating Canada and the Liberal Party (Victoria: Orca Books, 1991). [JL 197 L5T69 1991]

J. W. Pickersgill, The Liberal Party (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1962). [JL 197 L5P5]

Quinn, H. F., "The Role of the Liberal Party in Recent Canadian Politics," Political Science Quarterly 68 (September 1953). [H 1 P8]

S. Peter Regenstreif, "The Liberal Party of Canada: A Political Analysis," Ph.D. thesis, Cornell University, 1963. [JL R44 (MFM)]

The Right Candidate for Rosedale, Montreal: National Film Board of Canada, 1979. [Film 120 301 AVL]

John Roberts, Agenda For Canada. [F5091 R634A5 1985].

* F. H. Underhill, In Search of Canadian Liberalism (Toronto: Macmillan, 1960), esp. pp. 3-42, 227-42. [F5012 U5]

Joseph Wearing, The L-Shaped Party of Canada (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1981). [JL 197 L5 W42]

Reginald Whitaker, The Government Party: Organizing and Financing the Liberal Party of Canada, 1930-58 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1977). [JL 197 L5W5]

 

c) NDP (CCF)

Keith Archer, "The Failure of the New Democratic Party: Unions, Unionists and Politics in Canada," CJPS 18, No. 2 (June 1985), pp. 353-366.

Keith Archer, Political Choices and Electoral Consequences: A Study of Organized Labour and the NDP (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1990). [HD 6527-A73 1990]

Keith Archer and Alan Whitehorn, Canadian Trade Unions and the New Democratic Party (Kingston: Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University, 1993). [HD 8106 .5 C88 A72 1993 LAW]

W. Baker and T. Price, "The New Democratic Party and Canadian Politics," in Thorburn, Party Politics in Canada 2nd ed. (1967). [JL 195 T45]

M.A. Bradley, Crisis of Clarity: The New Democratic Party and the Quest for the Holy Grail (Toronto: Somerhill , 1985) [JL 197 N4B73 1985]

M. Janine Brodie and Jane Jenson, Crisis, Challenge and Change: Party and Class in Canada Revisited (Toronto: Methuen, 1988). [JL 195 B76 1988]

N. H. Chi and G. C. Perlin, "The New Democratic Party: A Party in Transition," in Thorburn, Party Politics in Canada 3rd ed. (1972). [JL 195 T45]

H. S. Crow, "Liberals, New Democrats and Labour," in Essays on the Left, Laurier LaPierre, Jack McLeod, Charles Taylor, and Walter Young, eds., (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1971). [F5 091 E88]

Gad Horowitz, Canadian Labour in Politics (Toronto: U of T Press, 1968), esp. 198 ff. [HD 8101 H6]

Stanley Knowles, The New Party (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1961). [JL197 J4 K6]

Langdon, Steven and Victoria Cross, eds. As We Come Marching: People, Power & Progressive Politics. Windsor, Ont.: Windsor Works Publications, 1994. [HX/109/A7/1994]

James Laxer. Rethinking the Economy: the Laxer report on Canadian Economic Problems and Policies (Toronto: NC Press, 1984). [HC 115.L329 1984]

Lipset, S. M., Agrarian Socialism: The Cooperative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan (New York: Doubleday, Anchor Books, 1968). [JL 197 C6 L5]

McLeod, Ian, Under Siege: the Federal NDP in the Nineties. Toronto: J. Lorimer, 1994. [JL 197 N4M255 1994]

Desmond Morton, NDP: social democracy in Canada (Toronto: Hakkert, 1977). [JL 197 N4 M67 1977]

Desmond Morton, The New Democrats, 1961-1986: the politics of change (Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1986). [JL 197 N4 M67 1986]

Desmond Morton, "Perspectives for the NDP in the Seventies," in Laurier LaPierre et al., eds., Essays on the Left. [F 5091 E88]

Desmond Morton, NDP. The Dream of Power (Toronto: Hakkert, 1974). [JL 197 N4 M67]

John Richards et al., eds., What's Left? A New Social Contract Pro and Con (Edmonton: NeWest, 1986). [324.27107 C212]

A. Scotton, Bibliography of all sources relating to the CCF and NDP in Canada. [Z 7165 C2S34]

Jo Surich in Penniman, "Purists and Pragmatists: Canadian Democratic Socialism at the Crossroads," Canada at the Polls. [JL 193 C34]

Gary Teeple, "'Liberals in a Hurry': Socialism and the CCF-NDP," in Gary Teeple, ed., Capitalism and the National Question in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972), pp. 229-250. [HC 115 T44]

Alan Whitehorn, Canadian Socialism (1992).

Walter D. Young, Democracy and Discontent (Toronto: Ryerson, 1969). [F5086 Y64]

Walter D. Young, The Anatomy of a Party: The National CCF 1932-1961 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969). [JL 197 C6 Y64]

Leo Zakuta, A Protest Movement Becalmed: A Study of Change in the CCF (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964). [JL 197 C6 23]

Leo Zakuta, "Membership in a Becalmed Protest Movement," CJEPS 24, No. 2 (1958), 190-202.

 

d) The Progressive Party

William Irvine, The Farmers in Politics (Toronto, Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976). [F 5773 I78 1976]

W. L. Morton, The Progressive Party in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1950), 208-35. [JL 197 P6 M6]

Paul Sharp, The Agrarian Revolt in Western Canada (New York: Octagon, 1971). [HD 1785 55 1971]

Louis Aubrey Wood, A History of Farmers' Movements in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1975). [HD 1486 C2W6 1975]

 

e) The Reform Party (see also Leadership: (b) Biography)

Act of Faith: The Illustrated Chronicle of the Fastest-Growing Political Movement in Canadian History, the Reform Party of Canada: from the Pages and Files of the Report Group of Newsmagazines with an Introduction by Ted Byfield (Vancouver: British Columbia Report Books, 1991). [JL 197 R4A38 ROBA/SIGS]

Dobbin, Murray, Preston Manning and the Reform Party. Toronto: J. Lorimer, 1991. [JL 197 R4D62 1991]

Flanagan, Thomas, Waiting for the Wave: the Reform Party and Preston Manning. Toronto, Ont.: Stoddart, 1995. [JL/197/R4F53/1995]

Harrison, Trevor, Of Passionate Intensity: Right-wing Populism and the Reform Party of Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, c1995. [JL 197 R4H37 1995]

Mackenzie, Nadine. Preston Manning, réformiste de l'Ouest. Saint-Boniface, Man.: Editions des Plaines, c1995.

Preston Manning, The New Canada, (Toronto: Macmilan, 1992). [JL 197 R4M36 1992]

Sydney Sharpe, Storming Babylon:Preston Manning and the Rise of the Reform Party. (Toronto: Key Porter, 1992). [JL 197 R4S43 1992]

f) The Bloc québécois

Bloc québécois, Un nouveau parti pour l'étape décisive, sous la direction de Lucien Bouchard (Saint-Laurent, Que.: Fides, 1993). [JL 197 B56B56 1993]

Lucien Bouchard, On the Record, Dominique Clift, trans. (North York: Stoddart, 1994). [F 5091 B68 A313 1994 ROBA/SCAR]

Cornellier, Manon. The Bloc. Toronto: J. Lorimer, 1995. [JL/197/B56C6713/1995]

 

9. Election Analysis

Keith Archer, "The Meaning and Demeaning of the National Election Studies," JCS 24, no. 4 (1989-90), pp. 122-40.

Robert R. Alford, "The Social Bases of Political Cleavage in 1962," in G. M. Anderson, "Voting Behaviour and the Ethnic-Religious Variable," CJEPS 32, No. 1 (1966), pp. 27-37.

J. M. Beck, Pendulum of Power: Canada's Federal Elections (Prentice-Hall, 1968). [JL 193 B43]

J. M. Beck, "The Democratic Process at Work in Canadian General Elections," in J. H. Aitchison, ed., The Political Process in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963). A later version in John C. Courtney, ed., Voting in Canada, Prentice-Hall, 1967. [JL 65 1963 A4]

J. M. Beck and D. J. Dooley, "Party Images in Canada," in Thorburn, Party Politics in Canada 2nd ed. [JL 195 T45 1967]

Neil Berch, "Another Look at Closeness and Turnout: The Case of the 1979 and 1980 Canadian National Elections," Political Research Quarterly 46 (June 1993), pp. 421-32. [JA 1 W42 ROBA/PRRH]

Jerome H. Black, "Revisiting the Effects of Canvassing on Voting Behaviour," CJPS 17, No. 2 (June 1984), 351-374.

A. Blais, H. Cantin, et J. Crete, "Les élections comme phénoméne de décision collective: les élections fédérales de 1957 à 1965 au Québec," CJPS 3, No. 4 (1970), 522-39.

Donald E. Blake, "The Measurement of Regionalism in Canadian Voting Patterns," CJPS 5, No. 1 (1972), 55-81.

Donald E. Blake, "1896 and All That: Critical Elections in Canada," CJPS 12, No. 2 (1979), 259-280.

Robert Brym and M. Gillespie and R. Lenton. "Class power, class mobilization, and class voting: the Canadian case." CJS 14, No.1 (Winter 1989)

Harold D. Clarke, Jane Jenson, Lawrence LeDuc, and Jon H. Pammett, Political Choice in Canada (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1979). [JL 193 P6]

Harold Clarke, Jon Pammett, Jane Jenson, Lawrence LeDuc, The Politics of Limited Change: The 1979 Federal Election (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1981). [JL 193 P63]

Harold D. Clarke, Jane Jenson, Lawrence LeDuc and Jon Pammett, "Voting Behaviour and the Outcome of the 1979 Federal Election: The Impact of Leaders and Issues," CJPS 15, No. 3 (1982), 517-552.

Clarke, Harold D., ed. Absent Mandate: Canadian Electoral Politics in an Era of Restructuring. 3rd ed. Toronto: Gage, c1996. [JL/193/A62/1996]

Harold D. Clarke and Allan Kornberg, "Evaluations and Evolution: Public Attitudes toward Canada's Federal Political Parties, 1965-1991," CJPS 26 (1993), pp. 287-311.

John C. Courtney and David E. Smith, "Voting in a Provincial General Election and a Federal By-election: A Constituency Study of Saskatoon City," CJEPS 32 (1966), 338-353. Also found in Norman Ward and Duff Spafford, eds., Politics in Saskatchewan, (Longmans, 1968).

* John C. Courtney, Voting in Canada (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1967). [JL193 C6]

R. Cunningham, "The Impact of the Local Candidate in Canadian Federal Elections," CJPS 4, No. 2 (June 1971).

David Elkins, "Party Identification: A Conceptual Analysis," CJPS 11, No. 2 (1978), 419-35.

Bonnie H. Erickson, "Region Knowledge and Class Voting in Canada," CJS 6, No. 2 (1981), 121-144.

Lynda Erikson and R.K. Carty, "Parties and Candidate Selection in the 1988 Canadian General Election" CJPS No 2 (June 1991) pp 331-49.

Timothy Feddersen, "A Dynamic Model of the Effect of Campaign Spending on Congressional Vote Choice." AJPS 36, No. 4 (Nov 1992), pp.938-962

H.D. Forbes, "Absent Mandate '88? Parties and Voters in Canada," JCS 25, No. 2 (1990-91), pp. 5-19.

Paul W. Fox, "A Study of One Constituency in the Canadian Federal Election of 1957," CJEPS 24, No. 2 (1958), 230-40.

Alan Frizzell, The Canadian General Election of 1984 (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1985).

[JL 193 F75 1985 SIGS]

Alan Frizzell, Jon H. Pammett, and Anthony Westell, The Canadian General Election of 1993 (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1994). [F 5091 C3755 1994 SIGS]

W. Gagné and P. Regenstreif, "Some Aspects of New Democratic Party Support in 1965," CJEPS 33, No. 4 (1967), 529-550.

L. Gerber, "The Federal Election of 1968: Social Class Composition and Party Support in the Electoral Districts of Ontario," CRSA 23, No. 1 (1986), pp. 118-135.

Elisabeth Gidengil, "Canada Votes: A Quarter Century of Canadian National Eleciton Studies." CJPS 25, no. 2 (June 1992), pp.219-248.

J. Paul Grayson, "Social Position and Interest Recognition: The Voter in Broadview, or Are Voters Fools?," CJPS 6, No. 1 (1973), 131-9.

Lawrence S. Grossman, "'Safe' Seats: The Rural-Urban Pattern in Ontario," CJEPS 29, No. 3 (1963), 367-71.

Lorne Gunter, "Protecting Elections Against the Electors: A Royal Commission Would Muzzle Taxpayers While Tax-funding Political Parties." Alberta (Western) Report. 19 No. 11 (March 2, 1992) pp 12-13.

Lorne Gunter, "Saving Paradise for the Elect [Lortie Commission]" BC Report 3 no. 26 (March 2, 1992) pp. 12-13.

Jean Havel, Politics in Sudbury (Sudbury: Laurentian University Press, 1966). [JL 193 H313]

Alfred A. Hunter, "On Class, Status and Voting in Canada," CJS 7, No. 1 (1982), pp. 19-39.

W.P. Irvine, "Does the Candidate Make a Difference? The Macro-Politics and Micro-Politics of Getting Elected," CJPS 15, No. 4 (1982), 755-782.

W.P. Irvine, "Political Communities in Canada," QQ 86, No. 2 (1978), 243-248. (Review of Political Choice in Canada).

R. W. Jackman, "Political Parties, Voting and National Integration: The Canadian Case," Comparative Politics 4 (July 1972), 511-36. [JA1 C1 65]

Jane Jenson, "Party Loyalty in Canada: The Question of Party Identification," CJPS 8, No. 4 (1975), 543-53.

Jane Jenson, "Party Strategy and Party Identification: Some Patterns of Partisan Allegiance," CJPS 9, No. 1 (1976), 27-48.

J. Jenson and P. Regenstreif, "Some Dimensions of Partisan Choice in Quebec, 1969," CJPS 3, No. 2 (1970).

Pauline Jewett, "Voting in the 1960 Federal By-Elections at Peterborough and Niagara Falls: Who Voted New Party and Why?," CJEPS 23, No. 1 (1962), 35-49.

R. Johnston, "The Reproduction of the Religious Cleavage in Canadian Elections," CJPS 18, No. 1 (March 1985), pp. 99-113.

R. Johnston et. al., Letting the People Decide: Dynamics of a Canadian Election (Montreal:McGill Press, 1992). [JL 193 L48 1992]

Barry J. Kay, "By-Election as Indicators of Canadian Voting," CJPS 14, No. 1, (1981), 37-52.

Allan Kornberg and Howard Clarke, Political Support in Canada: The Crisis Years [JL 27 P64 1983].

M. Krashinsky and W. Milne, "Additional Evidence on the Effect of Incumbency in Canadian Elections," CJPS 18, No. 1 (Mar. 1986), pp. 155-165.

Ronald D. Lambert and Curtis E. James, "Perceived Party Choice and Class Voting," CJPS 26 (1993), pp. 435-53.

B. Land, Eglinton, The Election Study of a Federal Constituency (Toronto: PMA, 1965). [JL 193 L3]

David Lanoue, "Debates that Mattered: Voters Reaction to 1984 Canadian Leadership Debates." CJPS 24, no.1, (March 1991), pp.51-66.

J. A. Laponce, People vs. Politics: A Study of Opinions, Attitudes and Perceptions in Vancouver-Burrard, 1963-65 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969). [JL 438.5 V3L3]

J. A. Laponce, "Measuring Party Preference: The Problem of Ambivalence," CJPS 11, No. 1 (1978), 139-52.

R. Laskin and R. Baird, "Factors in Voter Turnout and Party Preference in Saskatchewan Town," CJPS 3, No. 3 (1970), 450.

Lawrence LeDuc, Harold D. Clarke, Jane Jenson, and Jon H. Pammett, "Partisanship, Voting Behaviour and Election Outcomes in Canada," CP 12, No. 4 (1980), 401-418.

Lawrence LeDuc, Harold Clarke, Jane Jenson and Jon Pammett, "Partisan Instability in Canada," APSR 18, No. 2 (June 1984), 470-484.

Vincent Lemieux, "L'analyse hiérarchique des résultats électoraux," CJPS 1, No. 1 (1968), 40-54.

Vincent Lemieux, "Les élections féderales de 1957 à 1965 au Québec: une réinterprétation," CJPS 4, No. 3 (1971), 395-8.

Pierre Lortie, "Five Main Objectives of Electoral Reform" Canadian Speeches 5 No. 1 (Mr 1991), pp. 60-4, 71. [F 5000 C33]

Pierre Lortie, Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing: Reforming Electoral Democracy, Final Report (Ottawa: The Commission, 1991). [CA...Z....1-1989 E011 GOVT 1-4.]

Michael Martinez, "Intergenerational Transfer of Canadian Partisanships," CJPS 17, No. 1 (March 1984), pp. 133-144.

Jim McDonald and Jack MacDonald, eds., The Canadian Voter's Guidebook (Toronto: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1972). [JL 195 M23]

L. McDonald, "Party Identification, Stability and Change. . . the 1968 Federal Election in Ontario," in Kruhlak, 267-283.

L. McDonald, "Religion and Voting: the 1968 Canadian Federal Election in Ontario," Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 6, No. 3, 129-144.

John Meisel, The 1957 Canadian General Election (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1962). [JL 193 M4]

* John Meisel, ed., Papers on the 1962 Election (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964). [JL 193 M42]

John Meisel, "Religious Affiliation and Electoral Behaviour," CJEPS 4, No. 3 (1956), 21-32 reprinted in Courtney, Voting in Canada. [JL 193 C6]

John Meisel, Working Papers on Canadian Politics (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1972), papers 1 and 2. Abridged in Thorburn, 3rd ed.

Desmond Morton, "The Effectiveness of Political Campaigning: The NDP in the 1967 Ontario Election," JCS 4, No. 3 (1969), 21-32.

Richard Nadeau, "Explaining Election Outcomes in Canada: Economy and Politics," CJPS 26 (Dec. 1993), pp. 775-90.

Kristian S. Palda, "Does Advertising Influence Votes? An Analysis of the 1966 and 1970 Quebec Elections," CJPS 6, No. 4 (1973), 638-55.

J. Pammett et al., "The Perception and Impact of Issues in the 1974 Federal Election," CJPS 10, No. 1 (1977), 93-126.

* Howard R. Penniman, ed., Canada at the Polls: The General Election of 1974 (Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute, 1975). [JL193 C34]

* Howard R. Penniman, ed., Canada at the Polls, 1979 and 1980: A Study of the General Elections (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1981).

* Howard Penniman, ed., Canada at the polls, 1984: a study of the federal general elections (Durham: Duke University Press, 1988). [JL 193 C3446 1988]

G. Perlin and P. Peppin, "Variations in Party Support in Federal and Provincial Elections," CJPS 4, No. 2 (1971).

P. Regenstreif, The Diefenbaker Interlude: Parties and Voting in Canada (Toronto: Longman, 1965). [JL 193 R4]

S. Peter Regenstreif, "Some Aspects of National Party Support in Canada," CJEPS 29, No. 1 (1963), 59-74.

Escott M. Reid, "Canadian Political Parties: A Study of the Economic and Racial Bases of Conservatism and Liberalism in 1930," in Courtney, ed., Voting in Canada. [JL 193 C6]

Howard A. Scarrow, "By-Elections and Public Opinion in Canada," Public Opinion Quarterly 25, No. 1 (1961), 79-91. [HM261 A1P8]

Howard A. Scarrow, "Federal-Provincial Voting Patterns in Canada," CJEPS 26 (1960).

Howard A. Scarrow, Canada Votes: A Handbook of Federal and Provincial Election Data (New Orleans: The Hauser Press, 1962). [JL 193 S35]

Howard A. Scarrow, "Patterns of Voter Turnout in Canada," Midwest Journal of Political Science 5 (1961), in Courtney. [JA 1 M53]

Howard A. Scarrow, "Voting Patterns and Canada's New Party," Political Science 14, No. 1 (1962), 3-15.

[JA 26 P65]

E. M. Schreiber, "Class Awareness and Class Voting in Canada," CRSA 17, No. 1 (1980), 37-44.

Sanford Silverstein, "Occupational Class and Voting Behaviour: Electoral Support of a Left-Wing Protest Movement in a Period of Prosperity," in Lipset, Agrarian Socialism (Anchor edition). [JL 197 C6 L5 1968]

James W. Simmons, "Voting Behaviour and Socio-Economic Characteristics: The Middlesex East Federal Election, 1965," CJEPS 33, No. 3 (1967), pp. 389-400.

P. M. Sniderman, H. D. Forbes and Ian Melzer, "Party Loyalty and Electoral Volatility: A Study of the Canadian Party System," CJPS 7:2 (1974), 268-88.

David K. Stewart and R.K. Carty, "Does Changing Party Leader Provide an Electoral Boost? A Study of Canadian Provincial parties 1960-1992." CJPS 26, No.2 (June 1993), pp.313-330

John Terry and Richard Schultz, "Canadian Electoral Behaviour: A Propositional Inventory," in O. M. Kruhlak et al., eds., The Canadian Political Process, rev. ed. (Toronto, 1973), 248-85. [JL 65 1973 K 78]

David J. E. Unns and Donald E. Blake, "Voting Research in Canada," CJPS 7, No. 2 (June 1975), 313-25.

Rick van Loon, "Political Participation in Canada: The 1965 Election," CJPS 3 (1970), 376-399.

R. Jeremy Wilson, "The Impact of Communications Development on British Columbia Electoral Patterns, 1903-1975," CJPS 13, No. 3 (1980), 509-536.

John Wilson, "Politics and Social Class in Canada: The Case of Waterloo South," CJPS 1, No. 3 (1968), 288-309. Reprinted in Kruhlak et al.

G. R. Winham and R. B. Cunningham, "Party Leader Images in the 1968 Federal Election," CJPS 3, No. 1 (1970), 37-55. Reprinted in Hockin, Apex of Power, pp. 71-91.

Nelson Wiseman, "The Use, Misuse and Abuse of the National Election Studies," JCS 21, No. 1 (Spring 1986), pp. 21-37.

Nelson Wiseman, "The National Election Studies Revisited," JCS 24, no. 4 (1989-90), pp. 141-47.

Nelson Wiseman and K. W. Taylor, "Voting in Winnipeg During the Depression," CPSA 19, No. 2 (1942), 215-236.

 

10. Party Financing and Corruption

-----------, Issues in Party and Election Finance in Canada (Toronto:Dundurn Press, 1991). [JL 196 I87 1991, VUPT]

---------, Thirty-fifth General Election 1993: Contributions and Expenses of Registered Political Parties and Candidates. Ottawa: Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, c1993. [CA1..EO....-1993T32 and JL 193 T54 1993 REF ERIN]

Angell, Harold M. Provincial Party Financing in Quebec. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1996. [JL/258/A54/1996X]

Michael Atkinson and Maureen Mancuso, "Do We Need a Code of Conduct for Politicians? The Search For an Elite Political Culture of Corruption in Canada," CJPS 28, No. 3 (Sept. 1985), pp. 459-481.

Committee on Election Expenses, Report (Ottawa, Queen's Printer, 1966). [JL193 A43]

Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, Election Expenses of Registered Parties and Candidates (Ottawa, Minister of Supply and Services, 1980). [COCOC CA1 EO 79567]

Committee on Election Expenses, Studies in Canadian Party Finance (Queen's Printer, 1966). [JL 78 1976 P6]

Munroe Eagles, "The Political Ecology of Campaign Contributions in Canada: A Constituency Level Analysis." CJPS 25, no. 3 (Sept 1992), pp. 535-56.

Munroe Eagles, "Money and Votes in Canada: Campaign Spending and Parliamentary Election OUtcomes, 1984 and 1988," CPP (1993), p. 432.

Kenneth M. Gibbons, and Donald C. Rowat, eds., Political Corruption in Canada (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976). [JL 78 1976 P6]

Robert Harrison, And justice for some: power and patronage in Ottawa (Montreal: Eden Press, 1988). [JL 148.5 H37 1985]

Claire Hoy, Friends in high places: politics and patronage in the Mulroney government (Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1987). [F 5091 M92 H68 1987]

Raymond Hudan, "Pour une analyse politique du patronage," CJPS 7, No. 3 (1974), 484-501.

M. Johnston, "The Political Consequences of Corruption," CP 18, No. 4, pp. 459-477. [JA 1 A1C65]

John W. Langford and Allan Tupper, eds. Corruption, Character, and Conduct: Essays on Canadian Government Ethics (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1993). [ JA 79 C67 1993 ROBA/VUPT/SCAR]

Ontario Commission on Election Contributions and Expenses Report, Canadian Election Reform: Dialogue on Issues and Effects (December 1982). [CA2 ONX 700 82 C12].

Ontario Commission on Election Contributions and Expenses, Political Financing: Studies on Election Spending Limits and Party Leadership Campaigns (Toronto, 1986) [CA20NX.. 70086P52 GOVT]

K. Z. Paltiel, Political Party Financing in Canada (McGraw-Hill, 1970). [JL195 P35]

K. Z. Paltiel, Party, Candidate and Election Finance, for the Royal Commission on Corporate Concentration (Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services, 1977). [CODOC CAIZ 175 C122]

Pétry, François. The Party Agenda Model: Election Programs and Govermnent [sic] Spending in Canada. Québec: Université Laval, Laboratoire d'études politiques et administratives, 1994. [JA/39/P48/1994]

Don Ripley, Bag Man: A Life in Nova Scotia Politics (Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1993). [F 5275 R56 1993]

Ed. Leslie Seidle, Comparative Issues in Party and Election Finance (Ottawa:Royal Commission on Electoral Reform etc., 1991). [JL 195 C64 1991]

Ed. Leslie Seidle, Provincial Party and Election Finance in Canada (Ottawa:Royal Commission on Electoral Reform etc., 1991). [JL 198 P755 1991 VUPT]

Jeffrey Simpson, Spoils of power: the politics of patronage (Toronto: Collins, 1988). [JL 86 C67 S56 1988]

Jeffrey Simpson, "Political Patronage," QQ 95, No.2 (Summer 1988)

Stanbury, W. T. Money in Politics: Financing Federal Parties and Candidates in Canada. Ottawa: Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing and Canada Communications Group - Publishing, Supply and Services Canada; Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1991 [CA1..Z....1-1989E101 and JL 196 S73 1991 VUPT]

W.M. Mott Stewart, "Finance the Party with Public Funds", Policy Options 12:8-10 July/Aug. 1991. [JL 1 P64]

Norman Ward, "Money and Politics: The Costs of Democracy in Canada," CJPS 5, No. 3 (1972), 335-47.

 

11. Leadership

a) General

Bliss, Michael, Right Honourable Men: the Descent of Canadian Politics from Macdonald to Mulroney. 1st ed. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1994. [JL 99 B65 1994]

Robert Craig Brown, "Fishwives, Plutocrats, Sirens and Some Other Curious Creatures: Some Questions About Political Leadership in Canada," in Carty and Ward, eds., Entering the Eighties. [JL 65 1980 E6]

Campbell, Colin, Parties, Leaders and Ideologies in Canada. McGraw-Hill Ryerson series in Canadian politics. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1996. [JL/195/C325/1996]

Carty, R. Kenneth, Lynda Erickson, and Donald E. Blake, eds. Leaders and Parties in Canadian Politics: Experiences of the Provinces. Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Canada, c1992. [JL/198/L43/1992]

Léon Dion, "The Concept of Political Leadership," CJPS 1, No. 1 (1968), 2-17.

Donaldson, Gordon, The Prime Ministers of Canada. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1995. [971.0099 D676P]

* T. A. Hockin, ed., Apex of Power ( Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1971). [JL 99 H6]

Maureen Mancuso, Richard G. Price and Ronald Wagenberg, eds., Leaders and Leadership in Canada (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1994). [JL 196 L43 1994 VUPT]

Monière, Denis, Le combat des chefs: analyse des débats télévisés au Canada. Montréal: Québec/Amérique, 1992. [JL/193/M64/1992]

S. J. R. Noel, "Leadership and Clientelism," in David J. Bellamy et al., eds., The Provincial Political System: Comparative Essays (Toronto: Methuen, 1976), 197-213. [JL 19B P7]

S. J. R. Noel, "Political Parties and Elite Accommodation: Interpretations of Canadian Federalism," in J. Peter Meekison, ed., Canadian Federalism, Myth or Reality 3rd ed. (Toronto: Methuen, 64-83. [JL 27 M44 1977]

Leslie Pal and David Taras, Prime Ministers and Premiers: Political Leadership and Public Policy in Canada (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1988). [JL 99 P74 1988]

John Porter, The Vertical Mosaic, Ch. 13, "The Political Elite". [HN 103 5 P67]

David K. Stewart et. al. (see Election Analysis)

Robert C. Tucker, "The Theory of Charismatic Leadership," Philosophers and Kings: Studies in Leadership, Daedalus 97, No. 3 (Summer 1968), pp. 731-56. [HM 141 P48]

 

b) Biography

Dennis Bueckert, Kim Campbell, Above the Shoulders (Hull: Voyageur Publishing, 1993).

[F 5091 C353B84 1993]

Jack Cahill, John Turner: The Long Run (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1985). [F 5091 T87C34 1984]

Campbell, Kim, Time and Chance: the Political Memoirs of Canada's First Woman Prime Minister. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1996 [F/5091/C353A4/1996]

Jean Chrétien, Straight From the Heart rev. ed. (Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1994). [F 5091 C47 1994 SCAR]

Christiano, Kevin J. Pierre Elliott Trudeau: Reason before Passion. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994.

[F 5091 T78C5 1994]

Stephen Clarkson and Christina McCall, Trudeau and Our Times, Vol. 1: The Magnificent Obsession (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1990). [F 5091 T78 C52 1990]

Robert C. Coates, The Night of the Knives (Toronto: Brunswick, 1969). [F5091 D5 C6]

Frank Davey, Reading "Kim" Right (Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1993). [F 5091 C353D38 1993]

R. MacGregor Dawson, William Lyon Mackenzie King, A Political Biography, 1874-1923 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1958). [F5086 K53 03]

John G. Diefenbaker, One Canada: Vol. II, 1957-62 (Toronto: Macmillan, 1976). [F 5091 D5 A3]

Murray Dobbin, Preston Manning and the Reform Party (Toronto:Lorimer, 1991). [JL 197 R4D62 1991]

H. S. Ferns and B. Ostry, The Age of Mackenzie King: The Rise of the Leader (London: Heinemann, 1955).

[F 5086 K53 F4]

Robert Fife, Kim Campbell: The Making of a Politician (Toronto: Harper Collins, 1993).

[F5091 C353F45 1993 ROBA/SIGS]

Walter L. Gordon, A Political Memoir (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1977). [F 5091 G62P7]

Richard Gwyn, The Northern Magus (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1980). [F5091 T18 G87]

Brooke Jeffrey, Breaking Faith: The Mulroney Legacy of Deceit and Disunity (Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1992). [F 1034 .2 J44 1992 VUPT]

LaPierre, Laurier L. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the romance of Canada. [Toronto]: Stoddart Publishing Co., 1996. [F/5081/L38L36/1996]

Levitt, Joseph, Fighting Back for Jobs and Justice: Ed Broadbent in Parliament. Ottawa: LLA Pub., c1996.

[F 5091 B76L48 1996X]

David Lewis, The Good Fight: Political Memoirs 1909-1958 (Toronto: Macmillan, 1981). [F 5091 L489 A345]

Audrey McLaughlin, A Woman's Place: My Life and Politics (Toronto:Macfarlane Walter & Ross, 1992).

[VUPT -- F 1034.3 M25 A3 1992]

John A. Munro and Alex I. Inglis, eds., Mike: The Memoirs of the Right Honourable Lester B. Pearson, Vols. 2 and 3, 1948-1957 and 1957-1968 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1973 and 1975). [F 5091 P4 A3]

Rae Murphy, Robert Chodos and Nick Auf de Mar, Brian Mulroney: The Boy from Baie-Comeau (Toronto: Lorimer, 1984). [F 5091 M92 M87 1984]

H. Blair Neatby, William Lyon Mackenzie King: The Lonely Heights, 1924-1932 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963). [F5086 K53 03]

Patrick Nicholson, Vision and Indecision (Toronto: Longman 1968). [F 5091 D5 N5]

J. W. Pickersgill and D. F. Forster, eds., The Mackenzie King Record, Vols. I-IV, 1939-1948 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1970). [F 5086 K53]

George Radwanski, Trudeau (Toronto: Macmillan, 1978). [F 5091 T78 R33]

John Sawatsky, Mulroney: The Politics of Ambition (Toronto: Macfarlane Walter and Ross, 1991).

[ F 5091 M92S28 1991 ROBA/SIGS]

Mitchell Sharp, Which Reminds Me...: A Memoir (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994).

[F 5091 S44A4 1994 ROBA/SIGS]

Denis Smith, Gentle Patriot, A Political Biography of Walter Gordon (Edmonton, Hurtig, 1973). [F 5091 G62 565]

Smith, Denis, Rogue Tory: the Life and Legend of John G. Diefenbaker. Toronto: Macfarlane Walter & Ross, c1995. [F 5091 D5S55 1995]

Spencer, Dick. Trumpets and Drums: John Diefenbaker on the Campaign Trail. Vancouver: Greystone Books, 1994. [F 5091 D5S64 1994]

Dale C. Thomson, Louis St. Laurent: Canadian (Toronto: Macmillan, 1967). [F 5091 S28 T4]

Trudeau, Pierre Elliott. Memoirs. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1993. [F/5091/T78A3/1993]

Thomas Van Dusen, The Chief (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1968). [F 5091 D5 V3]

Norman Ward, ed., A Party Politician: The Memoirs of Chubby Power (Toronto: Macmillan, 1966).

[F 5086 P6 7 A3]

Greg Weston, Reign of error: the inside story of John Turner's troubled leadership (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1988). [F 5091 T87 W47 1988]

 

12. Leadership Conventions

Donald E. Blake "Ratification or Repudication: Social Credit Leadership Selection in British Columbia," CJPS 21 (Sept. 1988), pp. 513-37.

R. K. Carty, "Leadership Selection Processes and Careers: A Comparison of Australian and Canadian Premiers," Political Studies 38 (June 1990), pp. 269-76. [JA 8 P75 ROBA/PRRH]

John C. Courtney, The Selection of National Party Leaders in Canada (Toronto: Macmillan, 1973). [JL 196 C68]

Courtney, John C. Do Conventions Matter? Choosing National Party Leaders in Canada. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995. [JL 196 C678 1995]

Paul T. David, Ralph M. Goldman, and Richard C. Bain, The Politics of National Party Conventions, rev. ed. (Washington: The Brookings Institute, 1972). [JK 2255 D392]

Robert Krause and Lawrence LeDuc, Jr., "Voting Behaviour and Electoral Strategies in the 1976 Progressive Conservative Leadership Convention," Papers of the CPSA 3 (June 1977), 1-57. [JA 28 C32 1977]

Robert Krause and Lawrence LeDuc, "Voting Behaviour and Electoral Strategies in the Progressive Conservative Leadership Convention of 1976," CJPS 12, No. 1 (1979), 97-136.

J. W. Lederle, "The Liberal Convention of 1893," CJEPS 16, No. 1 (1950), 42-52.

J. W. Lederle, "The Liberal Convention of 1919 and the Selection of Mackenzie King," Dalhousie Review 27 (1948), 85. [AP 5 D3]

John W. Lederle, "National Party Conventions: Canada Shows the Way," Southwestern Social Science Quarterly 25 (Sept. 1944), 118-33. [H1 565]

Lawrence LeDuc, Jr., The Leadership Selection Process in Canadian Political Parties: A Case Study, University of Michigan, Ph.D. (1970). [JL 196 L43 1970]

Lawrence LeDuc, "Party Decision-Making: Some Empirical Observations on the Leadership Selection Process," CJPS 4, No. 1 (1971).

J. Lele, G. Perlin, and H. G. Thorburn, "Leadership Conventions in Canada: The Forms and Substance of Participatory Politics," in D. I. Davies and Kathleen Herman, eds., Social Space: Canadian Perspectives (Toronto: New Press, 1971). [HN 103.5 D38]

J. Lele, G. Perlin, and H. G. Thorburn, "The National Party Convention," in Hugh G. Thorburn, ed., Party Politics in Canada, 4th ed. (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1979). [JL 195 T45]

T. J. Lévesque, "On the Outcome of the 1983 Conservative Leadership Convention: How They Shot Themselves in the Other Foot," CJPS 16 (December 1985), pp. 779-89, 791 .

Patrick Martin, A. Gregg, G. Perlin, Contenders: The Tory Quest for Power. [JL 197 P67M36 1983]

George Perlin, ed. Party Democracy in Canada: The Politics of National Party Conventions (Scarborough: Prentice Hall, 1988). [JL 195 P37 1988]

R. M. Punnett, "Selection of Party Leaders: A Canadian Example," Journal of Commonwealth Political Studies 8 (1970), 54-69. [JN 248 A1 J68]

H. F. Quinn, "Third National Convention of the Liberal Party," CJEPS 17, No. 2 (1951), 228-237.

Peter Regenstreif, "Note on the 'Alternation' of French and English Leaders in the Liberal Party of Canada," CJPS 2, No. 1 (1969), 118-22.

C. R. Santos, "Some Collective Characteristics of the Delegates to the 1968 Liberal Party Leadership Convention," CJPS 3, No. 2 (1970), 373-397.

D. V. Smiley, "The National Party Leadership Convention in Canada: A Preliminary Analysis," CJPS 1, No. 4 (1968), 373-397. Reprinted in Kruhlak, et al.

Michael Stevenson, Ideology and Canadian party leadership selection. Downsview: Institute for Social Research, York University. [JL 95 S84 1986]

David K. Stewart and R.K. Carty, "Does Changing the Party Leader Provide an Electoral Boost? A Study of Canadian Provincial Parties: 1960-1992," CJPS 26 (1993), pp. 313-30.

Norman Ward, "The Liberals in Convention," in Hugh Thorburn, ed., Party Politics in Canada 2nd ed. (Toronto: Prentice-Hall, 1961). [JL 195 T45 1967]

Norman Ward, ed., A Party Politician: The Memoirs of Chubby Power (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1966).

[F 5086 P67 A3]

Joseph Wearing, "Party Leadership and the 1966 Conventions," JCS 2, No. 1 (1967).

Joseph Wearing, "A Convention for Professionals: The PCs in Toronto," JCS 2, No. 4 (1967).

Joseph Wearing, "The Liberal Choice," JCS 3, No. 2 (1968), 3-20.

 

13. Cabinet

Atkinsin and Docherty, "Moving Right Along: The Roots of Amateurism in the Canadian House of Commons." CJPS 25, No. 2 (June 1992), pp.295-318

Thomas d'Aquino, "The Prime Minister's Office: Catalyst or Cabal? Aspects of the Development of the Office in Canada and Some Thoughts About Its Future," CPA 17, No. 1 (1974), 55-84.

Colin Campbell and George J. Szablowski, The Superbureaucrats: Structure and Behaviour in Central Agencies (Toronto: Macmillan, 1979). [JL 111 E84 C35]

Stéphane Dion, "Les partis de gouvernement et les administrations publiques: un champ d'interactions mal connu," CPA 23, No. 3 (1980), 400-427.

Richard D. French, How Ottawa Decides: Planning and Industrial Policy-Making, 1968-1980 (Ottawa: Canadian Institute for Economic Policy). (Toronto: Lorimer, 1980). [HC 115 F7]

Frederick W. Gibson, ed., Cabinet Formation and Bicultural Relations: Seven Case Studies, No. 6 in the Studies of the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, (Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1970). [CODOC CAAI . . . Z163 B106 Eng. Govt.]

* T. A. Hockin, ed., Apex of Power (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall, 1971). [JL 99 H6 1977]

J. E. Hodgetts, "The Liberal and the Bureaucrat," QQ 62 (Summer 1955), 176-83.

J. E. Hodgetts, "The Civil Service and Policy Formation," CJEPS 13, No. 4 (November 1957), 467-79.

Marc Lalonde, "The Changing Role of the Prime Minister's Office," CPA 14, No. 4 (1971), 509-537.

W. A. Matheson, The Prime Minister and the Cabinet (Toronto: Methuen, 1976). [JL 97 M37]

John Meisel, "The Formulation of Liberal and Conservative Programmes in the 1957 Canadian General Election," CJEPS 26, No. 4 (1960), 565-74.

R. M. Punnett, The Prime Minister in Canadian Government and Politics (Toronto: Macmillan, 1977). [JL 99 P8]

 

14. Parliament

Michael M. Atkinson, Kim Richard Nossal, "Executive Power and Committee Autonomy in the Canadian House of Commons: Leadership Selection, 1968-1979," CJPS 13, No. 2 (1980), 287-308.

R. B. Byers, "Perceptions of Parliamentary Surveillance of the Executive: The Case of the Canadian Defence Policy," CJPS 5, No. 2 (1972), 234-50.

Harold Clarke, Allan Kornberg and Marianne Stewart, "Parliament and Political Support in Canada," APSR 78, No. 2 (June 1984), 452-469.

Harold D. Clarke, Richard G. Price and Robert Krause, "Constituency Service Among Canadian Provincial Legislators: Basic Findings and a Test of Three Hypotheses," CJPS 8, No. 4 (1975), 520-42.

John Courtney, "Parliament and Redistribution: The Unfinished Agenda of Electoral Reform." CJPS 21, no.4 (Winter 1988).

Grafftey, Heward, Why Canadians Get the Politcians & Governments They Don=t Want. Toronto: Stoddart, 1991. [JL/196/G73/1991 SCAR]

Robert J. Jackson and Michael M. Atkinson, The Canadian Legislative System (Toronto: Macmillan, 1974).

[JL 136 J3]

Allan Kornberg, "Caucus and Cohesion in Canadian Parliamentary Parties," APSR 60, No. 1 (1966), 83-92.

Allan Kornberg, Some differences in role perceptions among Canadian legislators (Ann Arbor, 1964).

[JL K675 MICROFILM]

Allan Kornberg, Canadian Legislative Behaviour (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967). [JL 161 K6]

Allan Kornberg and Hal H. Winsborough, "The Recruitment of Candidates for the Canadian House of Commons," APSR 62, No. 4, reprinted in Kruhlak et al.

Allan Kornberg and William Mishler, Influence in Parliament: Canada (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1976). [JL 161 K63]

J. A. A. Lovink, "Is Canadian Politics Too Competitive?," CJPS 6, No. 3 (1973), 341-79.

J. R. Mallory, "Parliament in the Eighties," in R. K. Carty, W. P. Ward, eds., Entering the Eighties - Canada in Crisis (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1980). [JL 65 1980 E6]

McCreath, Peter L., The People=s Choice: the Inside Story of Being an MP. Tantallon, N.S.: Four East, 1995. [JL/193/M33/1995]

Diane Pothier, "Parties and Free Votes in the Canadian House of Commons," JCS 14, No. 2 (1979), 80-96.

A. Paul Pross, "Parliamentary Influence and the Diffusion of Power," CJPS 18, No. 2 (June 1985), pp. 235-266.

John Roberts, "Methods of Giving MPs Independence and Power," Globe and Mail (Nov. 21, 1970), 7. [AN G568]

John B. Stewart, The Canadian House of Commons (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1977). [JL 164 1977 574]

Ian Stewart, "Of Customs and Coalitions: The Formation of Canadian Federal Parliamentary Alliances," CJPS 13, No. 3 (1980), 451-480.

Paul G. Thomas, "The Role of House Leaders in the Canadian House of Commons," CJPS 15, No. 1 (1982), 125-144.

Rick Van Loon, "The Frustrating Role of Ottawa Backbenchers," Globe and Mail (April 5, 1971), 7. [AN G 568]

 

15. Ideologies

Ivan Avakumovic, Socialism in Canada (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1978). [JL 197 C6 A88]

J. M. Beck and D. J. Dooley, "Party Images in Canada," QQ 67, No. 3 (1960), 431-448.

Jean-Paul Bernard, Les idéologies québécoises au 19e siècle (Montréal: Editions du Boréal Express, 1973).

[F 5470 B48]

Gilles Bourque and Nicole Laurin-Frenette, "Social Classes and National Ideologies in Quebec, 1760-1970," in Gary Teeple, ed., Capitalism and the National Question in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972), pp. 185-210. [HC 115 T44]

Colin Campbell and William Christian, Political Parties and Ideologies in Canada 2nd ed. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1983). [JL 195 C47 1983]. Revised in 1990. [JL 195 C47 1990]

O. Carrigan, Canadian Party Platforms: 1867-1968 (Copp-Clark, 1968). [JL 195 C37]

William M. Chandler, "Canadian Socialism and Policy Impact: Contagion from the Left?", CJPS 10, No. 4 (1977), 755-80.

J. F. Conway, "Populism in the United States, Russia and Canada," CJPS 11, No. 1 (1978).

Terry Cook, "The Canadian Conservative Tradition," JCS 8, No. 4 (1973), 31-38.

J. W. Daly, "Towards a Philosophic Basis for Canadian Conservatism," JCS 5, No. 4 (1970), 50-57.

David J. Elkins, "The Perceived Structure of the Canadian Party Systems," CJPS 7, No. 3 (1974), 502-24.

H. D. Forbes, ed., Canadian Political Thought. [VUL JL 31 C36 1985] Paul Fox, "Early Socialism in Canada," in J. H. Aitchison, ed., The Political Process in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963). [JL 65 1963 A4]

R. Gibbons and N. Nevitte, "Canadian Political Ideology: A Comparative Analysis," CJPS 18, No. 3 (Sept. 1985), pp. 577-598.

George Grant, Lament for a Nation (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1965). [F5091 G73]

George Grant, "Nationalism and Rationality," JCS (April-May, 1970).

Marcel Hamelin, ed., The Political Ideas of the Prime Ministers of Canada (Ottawa: Editions de l'Université d'Ottawa, 1969). [F 5012 H26]

Gad Horowitz, Canadian Labour in Politics (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1968). [HD 8108 H6]

Gad Horowitz, "Conservatism, Liberalism and Socialism in Canada: An Interpretation," CJEPS 32, No. 2, 145-171. Reprinted in Kruhlak et al., and in abbreviated form in Thorburn. A revised version in Horowitz, Canadian Labour in Politics, Ch. 1 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1968). [HD 8108 H6]

G. Horowitz, "Toward the Democratic Class Struggle," in T. Lloyd and J. McLeod, eds., Agenda 1970 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1970). For the University League for Social Reform. [JL 65 1968 L5]

William P. Irvine, "Explaining the Religious Basis of the Canadian Partisan Identity: Success on the Third Try," CJPS 7, No. 3 (1975), 560-3.

William P. Irvine, "Recruitment to Nationalism: New Politics or Normal Politics?," CJPS 5, No. 4 (1972), 503-20.

William Johnston and Michael D. Ornstein, "Class, Work, and Politics," CRSA 19, No. 2 (1982), 196-214.

-----, "Social Class and Political Ideology in Canada," CRSA 22, No. 3 (1985), pp. 369-393.

Daniel Latouche, "Anti-séparatisme et messianisme au Québec depuis 1960," CJPS 3, No. 4 (1970), 59-78.

James Laxer, The Liberal Idea of Canada (Toronto: Lorimer, 1977). [F5091 T78 L3]

League for Social Reconstruction, Social Planning for Canada (1935, republished University of Toronto Press, 1975). [HX 106 L4 R 3C]

W. L. Morton, "Canadian Conservatism Now," in Fox, Politics: Canada, 3rd ed., 233-6. [F 5091 F6]

NDP Waffle Manifesto, "For An Independent Socialist Canada," in Politics: Canada, 3rd ed., 242-245. See also the reply to it by David Lewis, ibid., 246-247, and Lewis, "A Socialist Takes Stock," ibid., 238-241. [F 5091 F6]

Michael Ornstein, "The Political Ideology of the Capitalist Class," CRSA 23, No. 2 (1986), pp. 182-209.

L. B. Pearson, "Liberalism," in Politics: Canada, 3rd ed., 237-238. [F 5091 F6]

Norman Penner, The Canadian Left: A Critical Analysis (Toronto: Prentice-Hall, 1977). [HX 106 P4]

Rod Preece, "The Myth of the Red Tory," CJPST 2 (1977), 3-27. [AP 5 C38 ERIN]

Rod Preece, "The Anglo-Saxon Conservative Tradition," CJPS 13, No. 1 (1980), 3-29.

Philip Resnick, The Land of Cain: Class and Nationalism in English Canada, 1945-1975 (Vancouver: New Star Books, 1977). [F 5090 R4]

D. Roussopoulus, ed., The New Left in Canada (Montreal: Our Generation Press, 1970). [HX 848 R68]

Fred Schindeler and David Hoffman, "Theological and Political Conservatism," CJPS 4 (1968), 429-441.

Charles Taylor, The Pattern of Politics (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1970). [F 5091 T3]

H. Thorburn, ed., Party Politics in Canada, 2nd ed., articles by Hougham, Reid, and Smith especially. [JL 195 T45]

Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Federalism and the French Canadian. (Toronto: Macmillan, 1968). [F 5477 T7813]

F. H. Underhill, In Search of Canadian Liberalism (Toronto: Macmillan, 1960). [F 5012 45]

J. Wilson, "Towards a Society of Friends: Some Reflections on the Meaning of Democratic Socialism," CJPS 3, No. 4 (1970).

 

16. The Media

Donald E. Abelson, "A New Channel of Influence: American Think Tanks and the Media." QQ 99, No. 4 (Winter 1994), pp. 849-72

David L. Altheide and Robert P. Snow, Media Logic (California, Sage Publications, 1979), esp. ch. 4. [HN 90 M3 A46]

Patrick H. Brennan, Reporting the Nation's Business: Press-Government Relations During the Liberal Years, 1935-1957 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994). [PN 4914 P6B74 1994 ROBA/SIGS]

David Butler and Dennis Kavanaugh, The British General Election of 1974 (London: Macmillan, 1974).

[JN 956 B83]

Dalton Camp, Gentlemen, Players, and Politicians (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1970). [F 5091 C35]

Dalton Camp, Points of Departure (Deneau and Greenberg, 1979). [JL 193 C28]

A. H. Caron, "L'imagerie politique à la télévision: les derniers jours de la campagne référendaire, CJPS 16 (Sept. 1983), pp. 473-88.

Steven H. Chaffee and Michael J. Petrick, Using the Mass Media (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1975), esp. chs. 12 and 13. [HN 90 M3 C5]

Clive Cocking, Following the Leaders: A Media Watcher's Diary of Campaign '79 (Toronto: Doubleday, 1980).

[JL 193 C55]

David J. Elkins, Manipulation and Consent: How Voters and Leaders Manage Complexity (Vancouver: UBC Press, 1993). [JF 1001 E47 1993 ERIN]

Frederick J. Fletcher, "Between Two Stools: News Coverage of Provincial Politics in Ontario," in Donald C. MacDonald, ed., Government and Politics of Ontario (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1975). [F 5526 G69]

Frederick J. Fletcher, "The Mass Media in the 1974 Canadian Election," in Howard R. Penniman, ed., Canada at the Polls: The General Election of 1974 (Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1975). [JL 193 C34]

Ross Harkness, J. E. Atkinson of the Star (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963). [PN 4913 A8H3]

Martin Harrison, "Broadcasting," in David Butler and Michael Pinto-Duschinsky, eds., The British General Election of 1970 (London: The Macmillan Press, 1971). [JN 956 B865]

Gary C. Jacobson, "The Impact of Broadcast Campaigning on Electoral Outcomes," JP 37, No. 3 (Aug. 1975), 769-795. [JA 1 J6]

Elihu Katz and Paul F. Lazarsfeld, Personal Influence. The Part Played by People in the Flow of Mass Communications (New York: Free Press, 1955). [HM 261 K27]

L. LeDuc and R. Price, "Great Debates: The Televised Leadership Debates of 1979," CJPS 18, No. 1 (March 1985), pp. 135-153.

Vincent Lemieux, "Le jeu de la communication politique," CJPS 3, No. 3 (1970), 359-75.

Allan Gerald Levine, Scrum Wars: The Prime Ministers and the Media (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1993).

[PN 4914 P6L48 1993 ROBA/SIGS]

Joe McGinniss, The Selling of the President 1968 (New York: Trident Press, 1969). [E 851 M3]

H. Mendelsohn and I. Crespi, Polls, Television and the New Politics (Scranton, Pa.: Chandler, 1970). [JK 271 M38]

Dan Nimmo, The Political Persuaders: The Techniques of Modern Election Campaigns (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1970). [JK1976 N5]

Michael J. O'Neill, The Roar of the Crowd: How Television and People Power are Changing the World (New York: Time Books, 1993). [P 95 .8 O54 1993 ROBA/SCAR]

Paul Rutherford, The Making of the Canadian Media (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 1978). [P 92 C2R8]

Herbert I. Schiller, The Mind Managers (Boston: Beacon Press, 1973). [HN 90 M3 S33]

Donald L. Shaw and Maxwell E. McCombs, The Emergence of American Political Issues: The Agenda-Setting Function of the Press (Minnesota: West Publishing Company, 1977). [PN 4888 P6S5]

Siegel, Arthur. Politics and the Media in Canada. McGraw-Hill Ryerson series in Canadian politics. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1983. P 95 .82 C35S3

Walter Soderlund, E. D. Briggs, W. I. Romanow, R. H. Wagenberg, Media and Elections in Canada.

[P95.82 C3M43 1984]

Ronald H. Wagenberg and Walter C. Soderlund, "The Effects of Chain Ownership on Editorial Coverage: The Case of the 1974 Canadian Federal Election," CJPS 9, No. 4 (1976), 682-9.

D. Wallace and F. J. Fletcher, Canadian Politics through Press Reports. [JL65 1984 C35 1984]

Ian Ward, "`Media Intrusion' and the Changing Nature of the Established Parties in Australia and Canada," CJPS 26 (1993), pp. 477-506.

R. Jeremy Wilson, "Media Coverage of Canadian Election Campaigns: Horserace Journalism and the Meta-Campaign," JCS 15, No. 4 (1980-81), 56-68.

Walter D. Young, "The Voices of Democracy: Politics and Communication in Canada," CJPS 14, No. 4 (1981), 683-700.

 

17. Parties in the Provinces

a) General

* David J. Bellamy et al., eds., The Provincial Political System: Comparative Essays (Toronto: Methuen, 1976). (reader) [JL 198 P7]

* Martin Robin, ed., Canadian Provincial Politics: The Party Systems of the Ten Provinces (Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall, 1972, 2nd ed., 1978). (reader) [JL 196 R6]

David K. Stewart and R.K. Carty, "Does Changing the Party Leader Provide an Electoral Boost? A Study of Canadian Provincial Parties: 1960-1992," CJPS 26 (1993), pp. 313-30.

John Wilson, "The General Political Cultures: Towards a Redefinition of the Nature of the Canadian Political System," CJPS 7, No. 3 (1974), 438-83.

 

b) The Maritimes

J. Murray Beck, The Government of Nova Scotia (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1957). [JL 223 B4 1957]

J. Murray Beck, "Nova Scotia: The Party System in Nova Scotia: Tradition and Conservatism," in Martin Robin, ed., Canadian Provincial Politics: The Party Systems of the Ten Provinces (Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall, 1972), 168-197. [JL 195 R6]

J. D. House, "The Don Quixote of Canadian Politics? Power In and Power Over Newfoundland Society," CJS 10, No. 2 (1985), pp. 171-187.

Frank MacKinnon, The Government of Prince Edward Island (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1951).

[JL 382 M3]

Susan McCorquodale, "Newfoundland, The Only Living Father's Realm," in Martin Robin, ed., Canadian Provincial Politics: The Party Systems of the Ten Provinces (Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall, 1972), 124-167. [JL 195 R6]

S. J. R. Noel, Politics in Newfoundland (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1971). [JL 203 1941 N64]

Ian Stewart, "Friends at Court: Federalism and Provincial Elections on Prince Edward Island," CJPS 19, No. 1 (March 1986), pp. 127-150.

Hugh G. Thorburn, Politics in New Brunswick (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961). [JL 355 T45]

 

c) Ontario

Dan Azoulay, "'This March Forward to a Genuine People's Party'? Rivalry and Deception in the Founding of the Ontario NDP, 1958-61," Canadian Historical Review 74 (Mar. 1993), pp. 44-70. [PER VUPT]

Gerald L. Caplan, The Dilemma of Canadian Socialism: The CCF in Ontario (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1973). [JL 279 A527 C36]

George Ehring and Wayne Roberts, Giving Away A Miracle: Lost Dreams, Broken Promises, and the Ontario NDP (Oakville, Ont.: Mosaic Press, 1993). [JL 279 A52E58 1993 ROBA/SIGS]

David Hoffman, "Intra-Party Democracy: A Case Study," CJEPS 27, No. 3 (1961), 223-35.

Lawrence LeDuc, Jr. and Walter L. White, "The Role of Opposition in a One-Party Dominant System: The Case of Ontario," CJPS 7, No. 1 (1974), 86-100.

* Donald C. MacDonald, ed., Government and Politics of Ontario (Toronto: Macmillan, 1975). [F 5526 G69]

Jonathan Manthorpe, The Power and the Tories: Ontario Politics, 1943 to the Present (Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1974). [F 5526 M35]

Neil McKenty, Mitch Hepburn (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1967). [F 5525 H4 M35]

J. T. Morley, Secular Socialists: The CCF/NDP in Ontario, A Biography. [J7279 A527M67 1984]

John Wilson and David Hoffman, "The Liberal Party in Contemporary Ontario Politics," CJPS 3, No. 2 (1970), 177-204.

 

d) Quebec

Michael Behiels, "The Bloc Populaire Canadien: Anatomy of Failure, 1942-1947," JCS 18, No. 4 (Winter 1983-84), 45-74.

Jean-Paul Bernard, Les Rouges: libéralisme, nationalisme et anti-clericalisme au milieu du XIXe siècle (Montréal: Presses de l'Université du Québec, 1971). [F 5076 B57]

Gilles Bourque, "Class, Nation and the Parti Québécois," Studies in Political Economy, No. 2 (Autumn 1979), pp. 120-58. [HB1 S78 ERIN]

William Coleman, The Independence Movement in Quebec, 1945-1980 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1984). [F5477 C642 1984]

Paul-André Comeau, "La transformation du parti libéral québécois," The Journal of Liberal Thought 2, No. 2 (1966), 74-84. [JL 197 L5 A2]

Pierre Drouilly, Le paradoxe canadien: Le Québec et les élections fédérales (Montréal: Parti Pris, 1979).

[JL 193 D76]

Richard Hamilton and Maurice Pinard, "The Bases of Parti Québécois Support in Recent Quebec Elections," CJPS 9, No. 1 (1977).

Jane Jenson and Peter Regenstreif, "Some Dimensions of Partisan Choice in Quebec, 1969," CJPS 3, No. 2 (1970), 308-317.

Rejean Lapointe, Le parti québécois: principal obstacle à l'indépendance; suivi de, La république demarchique du Québec (Québec: Virage, 1993). [JL 259 A56L36 1993]

Vincent Lemieux, Le Parti liberal du Québec: Alliances, Rivalités, et neutralités (Sainte-Foy: Presses de l'Université Laval, 1993). [JL 259 A55 L45 1993]

Kenneth McRoberts, Quebec: Social Change and Political Crisis 3rd ed. (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1988). [HN 110 Q4 M32 1988]

Koula Mellos, "Quantitative Comparison of Party Ideology," CJPS 3, No. 4 (1970), 540-58.

Henry Milner, "The Decline and Fall of the Quebec Liberal Regime: Contradictions in the Modern Quebec State," in Leo Panitch, ed., The Canadian State: Political Economy and Political Power (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1977), 101-132. [JL 65 1977 C35]

Henry Milner, Politics in the New Quebec (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1978). [F 5477 M55]

Vera Murray, Le parti québécois: de la fondation à la prise du pouvoir (Montréal: Hurtubise, 1976). [JL 259 A56 M984].

Fernand Ouellet et al., Constitutionalism and Nationalism in Lower Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1969). [F 5072 1 C64]

Réjean Pelletier, ed., Partis politiques au Québec (Montréal: Hurtubise, 1976). [JL 259 A45 P47]

Dale Posgate and Kenneth McRoberts, Quebec, Social Change and Political Crisis (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976, 2nd. ed. 1980). [JL 242 M25]

Maurice Pinard, The Rise of a Third Party: A Study in Crisis Politics (Toronto: Prentice-Hall, 1971). Critiques in Graham White, "One-Party Dominance and Third Parties: The Pinard Theory Reconsidered," CJPS 6, No. 3 (1973), 399-421, and André Blais, "Third Parties in Canadian Provincial Politics," CJPS 6, No. 3 (1973), 422-38.

[JL259 A45 P53]

Maurice Pinard, "Third Parties in Canada Revisited: A Rejoinder and Elaboration of the Theory of One-Party Dominance," CJPS 6, No. 3 (1973), 439-60.

Maurice Pinard and Richard Hamilton, "The Independence Issue and the Polarization of the Electorate: The 1973 Quebec Election," CJPS 10, No. 2, (1977).

H. F. Quinn, The Union Nationale: A Study in Quebec Nationalism (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963). [JL 259 A5 U57]

John Saywell, The Rise of the Parti Québécois, 1967-76 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1977). [JL 259 A56 52]

Michael B. Stein, "Le crédit social dans la province du Québec: sommaire et développements," CJPS 6, No. 4 (1973), 563-81.

Michael B. Stein, The Dynamics of Right-Wing Protest: A Political Analysis of Social Credit in Quebec (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1973). [JL 259 A568 584]

* Dale C. Thomson, ed., Quebec Society and Politics: Views from the Inside (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1973). [F 5477 T56]

Pierre Elliott Trudeau, "The Province of Quebec at the Time of the Strike," in Pierre Elliott Trudeau, ed., The Asbestos Strike, trans. James Boake (Toronto: James, Lewis & Samuel, 1970), 1-82. [HD 5329 A55]

Jean-Guy Vaillancourt, "New Socialist Movement in Quebec," Studies in Political Economy, No. 8 (Summer 1982), 127-140. [HB1 S78 ERIN]

 

e) The West

John J. Barr, The Dynasty: The Rise and Fall of Social Credit in Alberta (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1974). [JL 339 A58 B37]

Donald Blake, Two political worlds : parties and voting in British Columbia (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1985). [JL 428 B4 1985]

Harold Chorney and P. Hansen, "Neo-conservatism, Social Democracy and Province Building: The Manitoba Experience," CRSA 22, No. 1 (1985), pp. 1-29.

John C. Courtney and David E. Smith, "Saskatchewan Parties in a Politically Competitive Province," in Martin Robin, ed., Canadian Provincial Politics: The Party Systems of the Ten Provinces (Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall, 1972), 290-318. [JL 195 R6]

Gurston Dacks, "Politics on the Last Frontier: Consociationalism in the Northwest Territories," CJPS 19, No. 2 (June 1986), pp. 325-361.

Edward Bell, "The Rise of the Lougheed Conservatives and he Demise of Social Credit in Alberta: A Reconsideration," CJPS 26 (Sept. 1993), pp. 455-75.

Dale Eisler, Rumours of Glory: Saskatchewan and the Thatcher Years (Edmonton: Hurtig, 1987).

[F 5724 T55 E56 1987]

Alvin Finkel, The Social Credit Phenomenon in Alberta (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1989).

[F 5774 F56 1989]

Paul Hurmuses, Power Without Glory: The Rise and Fall of the NDP Government in British Columbia (Vancouver: Balsam Press, 1976). [JL 439 A5N 39]

J. A. Irving, The Social Credit Movement in Alberta (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1959). [JL 500 A8 17]

Donald C. Kerr, ed., Western Canadian Politics: The Radical Tradition (Edmonton, NeWest Press, 1981).

[JL 319 A45W48]

Terence J. Levesque and Kenneth H. Norrie, "Overwhelming Majorities in the Legislature of Alberta," CJPS 12, No. 3 (1979), 451-470.

S. M. Lipset, Agrarian Socialism. The Cooperative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan. A Study in Political Sociology (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1950). [JL 197 C6 L5]

J. A. Long and F. Q. Quo, "Alberta: One-Party Dominance," in Martin Robin, ed., Canadian Provincial Politics: The Party Systems of the Ten Provinces (Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall, 1972), 1-26. [JL 195 R6]

C. B. Macpherson, Democracy in Alberta: Social Credit and the Party System (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1953). [JL 500 A8 M3].

J. R. Mallory, Social Credit and the Federal Power in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1954).

[JL 500 A8 M36]

W. E. Mann, Sect, Cult and Church in Alberta (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1955). [BR 575 A5M3].

J. A. McAllister, The Government of Edward Schreyer. [F5675 M33 1984]

David J. Mitchell, Succession: the Political Reshaping of British Columbia (Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1987). [F 5825 M56 1987]

J. Terence Morley et al., The Reins of Power: Governing British Columbia (Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1983). [JL 428 R45]

W. L. Morton, The Progressive Party in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1950). [JL 197 P6 M6]

John Richards and Larry Pratt, Prairie Capitalism: Power and Influence in the New West (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1979). [HC 117 A6R53]

Gerard F. Rutan, "Western Canada: The Winds of Alienation," ARCS 12, No. 1 (1982), 74-97.

David E. Smith, Prairie liberalism: the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan 1905-71 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1975). [JL 319 A54 S6 VUPT]

David E. Smith, The Regional Decline of a National Party: Liberals on the Prairies (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981). [JL 197 L5S6]

L. G. Thomas, The Liberal Party in Alberta. A History of Politics in the Province of Alberta, 1905-1921 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1959). [JL 500 A8T5]

John Wilson, "The Decline of the Liberal Party in Manitoba Politics," JCS 10 (Feb. 1975), 24-41.

Barry Wilson, Politics of Defeat: The Decline of the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan (Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1980). [JL 319 A54W54]

R. Jeremy Wilson, "Geography, Politics and Culture: Electoral Insularity in British Columbia," CJPS 13, No. 4 (1980), 751-774.

Nelson Wiseman, "The Pattern of Prairie Politics," QQ 88, No. 2 (1981), 298-315.

Nelson Wiseman, Social Democracy in Manitoba (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1983). [JL 229 A54 W58 1983]

 

18. Municipal Parties and City Politics

Anderson and Masson, eds., The Emergence of Urban Political Parties (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1972). [JL 195 M38]

Stephen Clarkson, "Barriers to Entry of Parties into Toronto's Civic Politics: Toward a Theory of Party Penetration," CJPS 4, No. 2 (1971), 206-23.

Stephen Clarkson, City Lib: Parties and Reform (Toronto: Hakkert, 1972). [J5 17 89 C53]

L. D. Feldman and M. D. Goldrick, eds., Politics & Government of Urban Canada: Selected Readings, 3rd ed. (Toronto: Methuen Publications, 1976). Part Three: Urban Political Forces.

R. Gibbons et al., "Attitudinal and Socio-Demographic Determinants of Receptivity to Civic Partisanship," Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting (June 1978).

R. Harris, "The New Left in Urban Politics," QQ 92, No. 3 (Autumn 1985), pp. 572-586.

J.G. Joyce, Civic parties in Canada (Ottawa, 1970). [JS 1712 P6 J6 SIGS]

Harold Kaplan, "Politics and Policy-Making in Metropolitan Toronto," CJEPS 31, No. 4 (1965), 538-51.

Barry J. Kay, "Voting Patterns in a Non-Partisan Legislature: A Study of Toronto City Council," CJPS 4, No. 2 (1971), 224-42.

Jack Layton, "City Politics in Canada" in M. Whittington and G.Williams (eds.) Canadian Politics in the 1990's (Toronto: Nelson, 1990). pp.401-422

Warren Magnusson and A. Sancton, City Politics in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press). [JS 1708 C57]

Jack K. Masson, "Decision-Making Patterns and Floating Coalitions in an Urban Council," CJPS 8, No. 1 (1975), 128-37.

Jack Masson, Alberta's Local Governments and Their Politics. [JS 1721 A3M27 1985]

* Alan Powell, ed., The City: Modern Myths Under Attack (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1972) for the University League for Social Reform. [HT 127 P68]

Louise Quesnel-Ouellet, "Un parti politique municipal: le Progrés Civique de Québec," in Réjean Pelletier, ed., Partis politiques au Québec (Montréal: Hurtubise, 1976, 273 ff). [JL 259 A45 P47]

Donald Rowat, ed., Urban Politics in Ottawa-Carleton: Research Essays (2nd ed.). [JS 1766.3 A8V7 1983]

Royal Commission on Metropolitan Toronto, Report, 2 vols., by Honourable John P. Robarts, Commissioner (Toronto: Queen's Printer, 1977). [CODOC CA2 ONZ 163T01]

Thomas, Timothy L., ed. The Politics of the City: a Canadian Perspective. Toronto: ITP Nelson, 1997

[JS 1708 .P655 1997]

Conrad Winn and John McMenemy, "Political Alignment in a Polarized City: Electoral Cleavages in Kitchener, Ontario," CJPS 6, No. 2 (1963), 230-42.

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