Canada's King: An Essay in Political Psychology
Greer, Scott, Canadian Psychology
Canada's King. An Essay in Political Psychology Oakville, ON: Mosaic Press, 1998, 177 pp. (ISBN 088962-667-7, Cdn$18.95, Paperback)
Reviewed by SCOTT GREER
Paul Roazen's latest book, Canada's King. An Essay in Political Psycholo, offers us an intriguing look at a set of psychiatric notes and files on Canada's longest-serving prime minister, William Lyon Mackenzie King. Roazen has certainly chosen a fascinating case, full of "sensationalistic" possibilities, yet this is a scholarly and cautious work. While not intended to be a full biography of King, Roazen does succeed in shedding light on a dark corner of this man's "dual" life. In the end, the …
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Publication information: Article title: Canada's King: An Essay in Political Psychology. Contributors: Greer, Scott - Author. Journal title: Canadian Psychology. Volume: 41. Issue: 3 Publication date: August 2000. Page number: 200+. © Canadian Psychological Association Aug 1996. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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