In 1993, the neophyte Reform Party stunned the nation, winning 52 seats in the House of Commons, narrowly missing Official Opposition status. Having collected just 2% of the popular vote in the 1988 federal election, it garnered an astonishing 19% five years later.
|Publisher:||McGill-Queens University Press|
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About the Author
Tom Flanagan is professor of political science at the University of Calgary, former director of research for the Reform Party, and former campaign manager for Stephen Harper's Conservative Party.