From Left to Right: Saskatchewan's Political and Economic Transformation (Paperback)
An in-depth look at the political landscape of Saskatchewan from its leftist roots to its recent shift to the right.In From Left to Right, Dale Eisler explores the events that have changed the character of the province, and how others see it, in significant ways. Eisler traces the evolution of Saskatchewan from the homeland of the NDP to the domain of the Saskatchewan Party. Beginning his analysis in the late 1960s, Eisler outlines major international and domestic events that shaped the world and Canada. He then traces specific moments in time in the political and economic life of Saskatchewan that were a result of those factors, leading to the political and economic reality of Saskatchewan today.
Dale Eisler is a former journalist, senior federal public servant, and is currently Senior Policy Fellow at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. He is the author of False Expectations and Anton. He lives in Regina.