Premier of Manitoba for more than twenty years and, later, leader of the federal Progressive Conservative party, John Bracken became the recognized voice of the west during the difficult years of the depression. This book examines Bracken's political career, focusing on his years in Manitoba and his role in the political development of the Canadian west.
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