A civilized revolution : meeting tomorrow's challenge with the Progressive Democratic Alliance /
by Gordon Wilson.
Vancouver : Ronsdale Press, c1996.
xxviii, 144 p. ; 23 cm.
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Vancouver : Ronsdale Press, c1996.
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Gordon Wilson has given Canadians a blueprint for the reform of Canadian institutions. Wilson offers innovative ways to use and reuse our natural resources, sets out plans to save our social programs, and argues for a new approach to the threat of Quebec separation. He also presents original ways to settle Native land claims that can right old injustices.
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In A Civilized Revolution, Gordon Wilson outlines, clearly and trenchantly, the changes necessary if British Columbia is to prosper in the 21st century. Central to Wilson's vision is a new approach to the management of our natural resources that keeps wealth within our province by directing the bounty of our forests, farms, mines and ocean to local mills, processors, and value-added industries. Wilson argues that Canada's crucial social programmes can be retained with a modified delivery system.

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