Includes bibliographical references (p. 539-547) and index.
|LC Classifications||F1005 .B69 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||558 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||558|
|LC Control Number||00341845|
Egotists and autocrats: the prime ministers of Canada. by. Bowering, George, Publication date. Topics. Prime ministers -- Canada -- Biography, Canada -- History, Canada -- Politics and government. Publisher. Toronto: : COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Egotists and Autocrats: The Prime Ministers of Canada by George Bowering Not so many years ago, when Brian Mulroney led this country into yet another of his misbegotten constitutional adventures, The Globe and Mail ran an editorial reminding readers that Canada was a country-in-progress. Egotists And Autocrats Paperback – Sept. 29 by George Bowering (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" CDN$ — CDN$ Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ Author: George Bowering.
Seeing as my bedroom has become Junk-Central, I was in my sister’s room. I noticed on her shelf a giant book called Egotists and Autocrats: the Prime Ministers of Canada. Who in their right mind would go “OOOH!” when they see a book about Canada’s first 20 prime ministers? Oh yeah, me. What the fuck is wrong with me? I read it. It was okay. Egotists and Autocrats: The Prime Ministers of Canada, by George Bowering, Bastards and Boneheads: Canada's Glorious Leaders, Past and Present, by Will Ferguson, In My Own Name, by Maureen McTeer, The Secret Mulroney Tapes, edited by Peter C. Newman, Memoirs –, by Brian Mulroney, With Bowering’s B.C. and Egotists and Autocrats, his bestselling histories of British Columbia and Canada’s prime ministers, George Bowering introduced us to his inimitable brand of narrative history. As carefully researched as any weighty tome, but written with the vigour and immediacy of the best kind of fiction, his retellings of our nation’s past have captivated readers coast to coast. The whole of management life is revealed in 50 short stories, some sad, some funny - all based on real managers and real events. You'll find control-freaks, autocrats, egotists, bullies, perfectionists, ditherers and eccentrics as well as a few managers simply striving to do their best in difficult s:
Save your money and buy a more enjoyable (not to mention factual) book about Prime Ministers, such as George Bowering's Egotists and Autocrats. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. David Joblin. out of 5 stars Corruption substantiated. Reviewed in Reviews: You'll find control-freaks, autocrats, egotists, bullies, perfectionists, ditherers and eccentrics as well as a few managers simply striving to do their best in difficult circumstances. Peter Honey bravely offers each flawed manager practical advice in a bid to improve their . Unsurprisingly, many egotists believe that their way is the best way – and the only way. If an egotist detects a loss of control – often perceived as an act of disrespect – they’re quick to become angry and defensive. Such attitudes and behaviors are most apparent in a group setting. Many workplaces appreciate and understand the. Bowering’s interest in Canadian history is evident in the novels, the shorts stories and the popular histories, Bowering’s BC, Egotists and Autocrats: The Prime Ministers of Canada and the most-recent Stone Country, a history of Canada (which was short .