What's Right

What's Right

The New Conservatism And What It Means For Canada

Book - 1997
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Random House, Inc.
What's Right is a potent mixture of David Frum's essays, editorial pieces, reviews and lectures from the last ten years. Included are his best and most searing columns; profiles of Colin Powell, Paul Martin, Newt Gingrich and Mike Harris; a look at same-sex marriages; a surprisingly convincing argument for Canada getting the bomb; exposés on health care, fundamentalism and the new Congress; an attack on everything from recycling to Calvin Klein billboards; and a lament of John Turner's political career.

Challenging and provocative, What's Right is a roadmap for the right-thinking that tells us where we've been, where we are and where we should be going.

Publisher: 1997 Toronto Vintage Canada/Random House of Canada
ISBN: 9780679308584
Characteristics: 308p


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