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Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-180) and index.
|Series||The Quest library ;, 4|
|LC Classifications||F1072.D682 M37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||00361170|
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A sweeping, clear, and easy-to-read biography about the political accomplishments of Tommy Douglas. Vincent Lam's writing shines - he masterfully shows how Tommy's vision of the CCF party (and his visionary accomplishments as Priemer of Saskatchewan) shaped the political landscape of the 60s without inserting any biases.4/5.
There is also a This book was my first biography of Tommy Douglas and I was disappointed. It was well-written and contains lots of the context for Douglas' political life, but I was expecting to learn more about Douglas the man. Instead, the focus was more on the social welfare issues that he championed/5.
I rated this book a 4 largely because of the value of the subject matter: Tommy Douglas, one of the most important Canadians of the 20th century. More than any other single person, Douglas is responsible for the fact that Canada adopted a universal, government funded health care system/5.
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Vincent Lam's biography, "Tommy Douglas", serves as a fitting tribute to a politician who had a conscience when it came to taking a stand on the tough issues. Fairness, objectivity, courage, resolve, and vision could all be apt words to describe the various crusades Douglas led over his extended political career in defense of freedom, human /5(11).
His recent book, All Hell Can't Stop Us: The On-to-Ottawa Trek and Regina Riot, won the Saskatchewan Book Non-Fiction Award.
He has served on the Canadian Historical Association and Canada's National History : Bill Waiser. For more than 50 years, his unwavering commitment to social justice, his brilliant political acumen and pugnacious charm earned Tommy Douglas both the love and respect of millions of Canadians.
PRAIRIE GIANT: The Tommy Douglas Story follows Tommy Douglas' path from Douglas was also the subject of a National Film Board of Canada documentary Tommy Douglas: Keeper of the Flame, which received the Gemini Award for Best Writing in a Documentary Program or Series.
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He is best known as the Father of Medicare. Born inDouglas was a championship boxer and a Baptist minister who later. His recent book, All Hell Can't Stop Us: The On-to-Ottawa Trek and Regina Riot, won the Saskatchewan Book Non-Fiction Award.
He has served on the. Walter Stewart has 38 books on Goodreads with ratings. Walter Stewart’s most popular book is Tommy Douglas. Tommy Douglas wanted to make life better for everyone, so he became a politician. Which statement below expresses the main idea of paragraph 3.
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The Story of Mouseland was a story first told by Clarence Gillis, and later and most famously by Tommy Douglas, leader of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Commonwealth Federation that became the New Democratic Party of Canada, both social democratic parties. Tommy Douglas (Book): Waiser, W. A.: Named CBC's Greatest Canadian of all.
Tommy recalled in the s, I came to believe that health services ought not to have a price-tag on them, and that people should be able to get whatever health services they required irrespective of their individual capacity to pay. He was talking about what would become known as Medicare. Lam puts Tommy's 17 years as premier of Saskatchewan at the heart of the book.
After ushering in a blizzard of reforms to protect farm families from. Tommy Douglas, byname of Thomas Clement Douglas, (born OctoFalkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland—died FebruOttawa, Ontario, Canada), Scottish-born Canadian family immigrated to Winnipeg in An ordained minister, he became active in the socialist Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, and he served in the Canadian Parliament (–44).
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Tommy Douglas was the Premier of Saskatchewan for 16 years, Creator of Canada's Universal Medicare System, national leader of the NDP, and of course Actor Kiefer Sutherland's grandfather.5/5(1).
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Tommy is a straight-ahead retelling of the key points of Douglas’s life and career, including his struggle to implement universal health coverage and a national pension plan and his part in the development of a wheat board to protect the interests of Western farmers. Stewart also gets top marks for the book.
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Douglas’s health plan was copied by other provinces and spread to all of Canada. Emperor is a American-Japanese historical drama film directed by Peter Webber, marking his first film in five years. Tommy Lee Jones and Matthew Fox star in lead roles as General Douglas MacArthur and Brigadier General Bonner Fellers respectively.
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