God's province : evangelical Christianity, political thought, and conservatism in Alberta /
"Relative to the United States, it is assumed that religion has not been a significant factor in Canada's political development. In God's Province, Clark Banack challenges this assumption, showing that, in Alberta, religious motivation played a vital role in shaping its initial politi...
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago :
McGill-Queen's University Press,
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