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Overview

Volume 2, No. 2 (1992)

Special Issue In the Aftermath of Meech Lake: Looking Ahead…

Meech Lake: The Debacle Revisited The Historical Context of Meech Lake
by Doug Owram (Department of History, University of Alberta)

Meech Lake and Democratic Politics: Some Observations
by Allan Tupper (Department of Political Science, University of Alberta)

Meech Lake and Economic Revival

The Meech Lake Accord and the Future of the Welfare State
by Linda Trimble (Department of Political Science, University of Alberta)

The Aftermath of Meech Lake: Implications for the Western Canadian Economy
by Mike Percy (Department of Economics, University of Alberta)

Constitutional Reform: Does Economic Efficiency Fit In?
by Roger S. Smith (Faculty of Business, University of Alberta)

Rights and Freedoms After Meech

Some Drawbacks of the Politics of Constitutional Rights
by T.C. Pocklington (Department of Political Science, University of Alberta)

Women in the Aftermath of Meech Lake
by Susan Jackel (Department of Canadian Studies, University of Alberta)

First Nations and Aboriginal Rights
by Andrew Bear Robe (Division Manager for Indian Government, Land Claims and Membership, Siksika Tribal Administration)

The Constitutional Politics of Language
by A. Anne McLellan (Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

Will Canada Survive?

Roadblocks in the Way of Constitutional Change
by Alan C. Cairns (Department of Political Science, University of British Columbia)

Québec After Meech: On The Threshold
by Lisa Bissonnette (Publisher, Le Devoir)

Canada and Québec Playing Constitutional Chicken: The View From an Australian Pedestrian
by Greg Craven (Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne)

Canada After Meech
by Bruce P. Elman and A. Anne McLellan (Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)