The Canadian Progressive Conservative Party came to power in 1984 with ambitious policy objectives. Economic renewal, greater social justice, national reconciliation, and reform of the bureaucracy were top priorities for the Mulroney government. Canada Under Mulroney brings together Canada's leading public policy analysts to assess the Tories' 1984 electoral aims and the government's record of delivering on its promises. This book is an indispensable reference for university-level courses on Canadian government, public policy, and public administration.
Andrew B Gollner is associate professor of political science and director of Concordia University's graduate program in public policy and administration. Daniel Salee is associate professor of political science at Concordia University.