CONFEDERATION AT THE CROSSROADS: THE CANADIAN CONSTITUTION.

By: Hopkins, Russell.

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423 pp, 9 1/4" H. Black covers with gilt lettering/decoration on spine. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "To the Hon W. Ross Macdonald: / In recollection of / many happy collaborations / and with best wishes / for the future! / Russell Hopkins / April, 1968." Contents: Author's Preface; A Challenge and a Dilemma; Bagehot's England: The Crown and the Lords; Bagehot's England: The Commons and the Cabinet; Constitutional Beginnings in Canada; Responsible Government; Discord and Deadlock: 1854-64; The Genesis of Confederation; The London Conference, 1866; The Nature and Structure of the B.N.A. Act; The Courts and the Constitution; External Affairs and the Constitution; The Formal Amendment of the Canadian Constitution; The Modern House of Commons; The Modern Senate; The Modern Executive; Retrospect and Prospect; Appendices; Bibliography; Index. Light toning to page margins, some light browning on half-title and title pages, light browning to edges of text block, light wrinkling at bottom of spine, tiny crease at bottom corner of pages 217 to 226, small separation at headband/text block.

Title: CONFEDERATION AT THE CROSSROADS: THE CANADIAN CONSTITUTION.

Author Name: Hopkins, Russell.

Categories: Canada - General,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, McClelland & Stewart: 1968

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Inscription: Inscribed By Author

Seller ID: 30002

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