Insiders and Outsiders

Insiders and Outsiders

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Insiders and Outsiders celebrates the work of Alan Cairns, one of the most influential Canadian social scientists of the contemporary period. Few scholars have helped shape so many key debates in such a wide range of topics in Canadian politics, from the electoral system and federalism, to constitutional and Charter politics, to questions of Aboriginal citizenship. This volume contains engaging and critical analyses of Cairns' contributions by a diverse group of scholars--political scientists, legal scholars, historians, and policymakers, many of them leaders in their own fields. It includes assessments of his role as a public intellectual, his interpretation of Canada's electoral system, his views on federalism and on Canadian unity, his approach to Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal relations, and his writings on citizenship and diversity. The book will be of particular interest to students and scholars of Canadian politics, history, and society, especially those examining issues such as the Charter of Rights, Aboriginal politics, federalism, multiculturalism, political institutions, and political change. It should also be of interest to a larger public that follows the Canadian political scene, and that shares Cairns' concerns with broad questions of citizenship, diversity, and national unity.According to my research, the Court has had to deal with a public interest standing issue on only four occasions in Charter cases, 42 and on two of these it held that ... In one of the other cases, 44 the question was not whether the challenge could be brought at all; it related rather to the ... It is no longer the case that the public interest litigant must meet a test of being aquot;exceptionally prejudicedaquot; or aquot;speciallyanbsp;...

Title:Insiders and Outsiders
Author: Gerald Kernerman, Philip Resnick
Publisher:UBC Press - 2005-05-09

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