The Limits of Participation
Members and Leaders in Canada's Reform PartyBook - 2005
The Limits of Participation: Members and Leaders in Canada's Reform Party provides an historical account of the Canadian Reform Party, which shattered the established pattern of Canadian party politics in the late twentieth century. Faron Ellis provides an analysis of the party's development as it struggled to build an organization capable of bridging the policy demands of its members with the strategic plans of its leaders. The book examines the party from the perspective of its members by focusing on the opinion structure of activists who helped found Reform, build it into Canada's official opposition, and eventually decommission it in pursuit of power.
Publisher: [Calgary, Alta.] : University of Calgary Press, 
Characteristics: xxii, 225 p. ;,23 cm.