Dignity, Democracy, Development

Tom Urbaniak

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ISBN: 9781926908519

Dignity, Democracy, Development

A Citizen's Reader

  Author:   Tom Urbaniak    
  Publisher:  Breton Books

With these 61 readable essays, Cape Breton’s Tom Urbaniak brings a courageous, critical and constructive eye to problems of our time. Whether it’s revitalizing struggling communities, harnessing the power of small investors, reforming tired institutions or protecting parliamentary democracy, he is able to point to workable solutions. This is a practical and thought-provoking reader, challenging everyone to engage with their region and with the world.

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ISBN associated with this title: 9781926908519
Item BB0125
PublisherBreton Books
PublisherBreton Books
Published on March 12 2018
Language eng
Pages 192
Format Paperback
Dimensions8.5(in) x 5.5(in)
Shipping weight324(g)
Tom Urbaniak, PhD, teaches political science and community economic development at Cape Breton University, where he is also director of the Tompkins Institute. He has led several non-profit organizations and is the past chair of the National Trust for Canada. His books include Her Worship: Hazel McCallion and the Development of Mississauga and Action, Accommodation, Accountability: Rules of Order for Canadian Organizations. He is often called upon by the media to provide analysis of policy and public affairs.