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Reflection Papers

Title Author/Editor  Year  
Reflection 1: Canada: Its Framework, Its Foibles, Its Future  Allan E. Blakeney  1988  Download
Reflection 2: Navigating Meech Lake: The 1987 Constitutional Accord  Clive Thomson  1988  Download
Reflection 3: Federal Leadership in Economic and Social Policy  Peter M. Leslie  1988  Download
Reflection 4:  Centralization, Decentralization and Intergovernmental Competition  Albert Breton  1989  Download
Reflection 5:  After Meech Lake: An Insider's View  Patrick J. Monahan  1990  Download
Reflection 6:  Forever Amber: The Legacy of the 1980s for the Ongoing Constitutional Impasse  Thomas J. Courchene  1990  Download
 Reflection 7:  Does Canada Matter?  Gordon Robertson  1991  Download
 Reflection 8:  The Community of the Canadas  Thomas J. Courchene  1991  Download
Reflection 9:  The Politics of Language  Donald J. Savoie  1991  Download
Reflection 10:  Constitutional Commentaries: An Assessment of the 1991 Federal Proposals  Douglas Brown, Robert Young and Dwight Herperger  1992  Download
Reflection 11:  The Myths and Symbols of the Constitutional Debate in Canada  C.E.S. Franks  1993  Download
Reflection 12:  Integration and Fragmentation: The Paradox of the Late Twentieth Century  Guy Laforest and Douglas Brown  1994  Download

Reflection 13:  Federalism and the Way to Peace

 Daniel J. Elazar  1994  Download
Reflection 14:  The New Face of Canadian Nationalism  Roger Gibbins  1995  Download
Reflection 15:  Equalization on the Basis of Need in Canada  Douglas M. Brown  1996  Download

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