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The Life and Legacy of Pierre Elliott Trudeau

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On Sale: December 28, 2011
Pages: 416 | ISBN: 978-0-307-36385-5
Published by : Vintage Canada RH Canadian Publishing
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Published on the 30th anniversary of Trudeau's coming to power, this fascinating collection of twenty-three original, eclectic essays offers a fresh perspective on the life and legacy of our country's fifteenth prime minister. The contributors, all Canadian - historians, journalists, philosophers, playwrights, novelists, and former politicians - survey Trudeau as part of the Canadian political tradition, but also as lover, outdoorsman,    communicator, and cultural icon.
Andrew Cohen

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Andrew Cohen is an award-winning journalist and former Washington correspondent whom the New York Times has called one of “Canada’s most distinguished authors.” He has had an interest in the Kennedys from the time he learned of the president’s assassination as a third grader at Roslyn School in Montreal. He attended Choate Rosemary Hall (where JFK went), McGill University, Carleton University and the University of Cambridge. Among his best-selling books are While Canada Slept: How We Lost Our Place in the World, a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction, which in 2010 was named one of the top 12 Canadian political books of the last 25 years; Trudeau’s Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Pierre Elliott Trudeau (with J.L. Granatstein) and The Unfinished Canadian: The People We Are. He has written for United Press International, the Financial Post, the Financial Times of London, Time and the Globe and Mail from London, Berlin, Toronto and Ottawa, where he is a professor of journalism and international affairs at Carleton University. In Washington, he covered the Clinton administration and reported on his impeachment and trial and the disputed election of 2000. He made several trips to the South, writing about the re-opening of civil rights cases from the 1960s. He has won three National Magazine Awards and two National Newspaper Awards, and he has been twice been awarded the Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Medal. Cohen writes a nationally-syndicated column for the Ottawa Citizen and appears as regular commentator on CTV News.


National Bestseller

"Compelling." -- The Globe and Mail

"Acelebration of a man and his  aura.... The diversity of the  contributors reflects Trudeau's many faces."  - Winnipeg Free Press

"Poignant portraits and biting commentary on the philosopher king who often played court jester.... An apt reminder of the Trickster-like guises of the most interesting Canadian public figure in the last half-century.  Memorable."        - The Vancouver Sun

"A smorgasbord of impressions and assessments--. It's a delightful situation. And chances are the reader is going to come away with some new slants and insights."     - London Free Press

"Contains a few nuggets which hadn't been exposed before.... Explores some new aspects of the Trudeau myth and draws fresh insight."                 - The Calgary Herald

  • Trudeau's Shadow by Edited by Andrew Cohen and J.L. Granatstein
  • September 07, 1999
  • Political Science
  • Vintage Canada
  • $23.00
  • 9780679310068

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