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Peaceful Revolution

250 Years of Democracy in Nova Scotia

by John Boileau, introduction by Russell MacLellan & John Hamm

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publisher: Nimbus Publishing
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From the early Mi'kmaw political systems to the beginnings of representative government and responsible government, The Peaceful Revolution chronicles the brawls, battles, petitions, and protests on the long road to the parliamentary democracy Canadians enjoy today. With impeccable research and a strong sense of narrative, Boileau brings to life the vital struggle that created the foundation for our society.

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John Boileau

JOHN BOILEAU is a retired Canadian army colonel and author of ten books and nearly 300 articles. He is a frequent commentator on military issues for radio and television and a lecturer to service organizations and historical societies. In 2010 the Minister of National Defence appointed him Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of the Halifax Rifles. He lives in Nova Scotia.
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Russell MacLellan

JOHN BOILEAU is a retired Canadian army colonel and author of ten books and nearly 300 articles. He is a frequent commentator on military issues for radio and television and a lecturer to service organizations and historical societies. In 2010 the Minister of National Defence appointed him Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of the Halifax Rifles. He lives in Nova Scotia.
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John Hamm

JOHN BOILEAU is a retired Canadian army colonel and author of ten books and nearly 300 articles. He is a frequent commentator on military issues for radio and television and a lecturer to service organizations and historical societies. In 2010 the Minister of National Defence appointed him Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of the Halifax Rifles. He lives in Nova Scotia.
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