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A realistic Aboriginal agenda is nowhere to be found In 2007, Manitoba voters reelected their NDP government, while Saskatchewan voters defeated theirs. Two elections, opposite results. What do they mean? In the following pages, Chris Adams examines polling data that cast light on the election outcomes, while I look back at the career of Seymour Martin Lipset, whose Agrarian Socialism remains the definitive analysis of Saskatchewan’s original social democratic government.

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