"Memoirs of a Very Civil Servant: Mackenzie King to Pierre Trudeau"
A review of Gordon Robertson's "Memoirs of a Very Civil Servant: Mackenzie King to Pierre Trudeau", his account of his experiences in the Canadian government.
# 34098 | 1,900 words | 1 source | 2002 |
Published on Sep 18, 2003 in Literature (Canadian) , Canadian Studies (Government and Government Policy)
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This essay gives a review of Gordon Robertson's memoir. It discusses Robertson's account of his experience in the Canadian government as a civil servant. He saw all the behind-the-scenes developments from 1945 to 1979. In this context, therefore, this is a document of living history that reveals a significant amount of information about Canadian history and politics.
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