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The Left in British Columbia
A HISTORY OF STRUGGLE Gordon Hak
This comprehensive history of the left in B.C. from the late 19th century to the present explores the fight for union representation, women’s suffrage and equality, human rights, Canadian nationalist visions, racial equality and environmental protection. With 25 b&w photos.
“A superbly researched look at the left’s colourful local past, and how it still resonates in the here and now.”
978-1-55380-256-3 B e-book 978-1-55380-257-0 B 6 x 9 B 284 pp B $21.95 B HISTORY
THE BEST OF BC BOOKWORLD Edited by Alan Twigg
The contributors in this “Best of” include, among many others, Jane Rule, George Woodcock, W.P. Kinsella, Stephen Vizinczey, broadcaster Mark Forsythe, and biographer Joan Givner, with illustrations by David Lester.
“This is a very robust mixture that makes clea , whatever real and imaginary challenges the book business may face worldwide, here on the West Coast writers forge ahead undaunted.”
978-1-55380-253-2 B e-book 978-1-55380-254-9 B 6 x 9 B 242 pp B $19.95 B ESSAYS
He Moved a Mountain
THE LIFE OF FRANK CALDER AND THE NISGA’A LAND CLAIMS ACCORD
The first biography of Frank Calder, the Nisga’a chief who brought the “Calder Case” to the Supreme Court of Canada, the blueprint for world-wide aboriginal land claims. With 20 b&w photos.
“The life of men like Calder should be studied by everyone.
SHAWN ATLEO, NATIONAL CHIEF OF THE
ASSEMBLY OF FIRST NATIONS
978-1-55380-227-3 B e-book 978-1-55380-228-0 B 6 x 9 B 202 pp B $21.95 B BIOGRAPHY/FIRST NATIONS