Issue 2 (2011)

Editorial Introduction:

Tony Tremblay, "Balancing Thrift and the Provision of Services in Today’s New Brunswick"

Invited essays:

David Frank, "Organized Labour and the Making of Public Policy in Twentieth-Century New Brunswick"

Tony Tremblay, "Public Policy and the Moment of Crisis in New Brunswick: An Interview with Donald Savoie"

Podcast: Nicole Lang, Elizabeth Mancke, and Ruth Sandwell Discuss Béatrice Craig's Backwoods Consumers and Homespun Capitalists: The Rise of a Market Culture in Eastern Canada

Refereed articles:

Thomas M.J. Bateman, "Stuck…in This Place: Shrinking Policy Space in New Brunswick"

David Dussault and René Blais, "Analyse d’un changement de régime forestier : le cas du Nouveau-Brunswick des années 1980"

Barry Cahill,"'Everybody Called Her Frank': The Odyssey of an Early Woman Lawyer in New Brunswick"


Thanks to Jeff Hart and Jeffrey Carleton (St. Thomas University) for our website design, and to Mike Nason and Lyle Smith (Electronic Text Centre, University of New Brunswick) for OJS support. Special thanks in this issue go to Doug Vipond for copyediting; Jo-Anne Elder for help with translation; and Cecilia Francis and Chantal Richard for extraordinary effort.

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