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Canadian political consultants

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 39. Chapters: Ezra Levant, Rocco Rossi, Joshua Workman, Warren Kinsella, Rick Anderson, Kory Teneycke, ... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 39. Chapters: Ezra Levant, Rocco Rossi, Joshua Workman, Warren Kinsella, Rick Anderson, Kory Teneycke, Beryl P. Wajsman, Dalton Camp, Carolyn Stewart-Olsen, Hugh Segal, Bill Tieleman, Gerald Caplan, Sheila White, Allan Gregg, Frank Graves, Raymond Heard, Michael J. L. Kirby, Richard Stanbury, Jaime Watt, Erik Bornmann, Stephen LeDrew, Patrick Johnston, Scott Reid, Jerry Grafstein, William McDonough Kelly, Mark Marissen, Keith Davey, David Scrymgeour, Jerry Yanover, Robin Sears, Doug Finley, Norman MacLeod, Mike Schreiner, David Brodie, Dan Hilton, Dick Proctor, John MacDonell, Mike Geoghegan, Ralph Benmergui, Clare Westcott, Gerald Butts, William J. Stairs, Ben Chin, Sam Carr, Edwin A. Goodman, Duncan Kenneth MacTavish, Karl Bélanger, Dimitri Soudas, Jamey Heath, Harry Albert Willis, William Brunt, Don Plett, Brian Guest, Terry Fallis, Paul Rhodes, John Laschinger, David Herle, Andrew Steele, Brad Lavigne, Scott Feschuk, Adam Goldenberg, John A. Rae, Susan Murray, Anne McGrath, Richard Décarie, Patrick Muttart, Fred DeLorey, Rod Love, Leslie Noble. Excerpt: Ezra Isaac Levant (born 1972) is a Canadian lawyer, conservative political activist and media figure. He is the founder and former publisher of the Western Standard, hosts The Source daily on Sun News Network, and has written several books on politics. Born in Calgary, Levant holds a commerce degree from the University of Calgary and a law degree from the University of Alberta. His great-grandfather emigrated to Canada in 1903 from Russia to establish a homestead near Drumheller, Alberta. Levant grew up in a suburb of Calgary. He attended a Jewish day school in his childhood before transferring to a public junior high school. Levant campaigned for the Reform Party of Canada as a teenager and joined it as a university student. In 1992, while at the University of Calgary, his two-person team won the "best debating" category in the Intercollegiate Business Competition held at Queen's University. In 1994, he was featured in a Globe and Mail article on young conservatives after accusing the University of Alberta of racism for instituting an affirmative action program of hiring women and aboriginal professors. His actions outraged aboriginal law students, feminists, and a number of professors, and he was called to a meeting with the assistant dean who advised him of the university's non-academic code of conduct and defamation laws. As head of the university's speakers committee, Levant organized a debate between Doug Christie, a lawyer known for his advocacy in defence of Holocaust deniers and accused Nazi war criminals, and Thomas Kuttner, a Jewish lawyer from the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission. Levant gained a reputation as the university's leading conservative. He was invited to write a guest column for the Edmonton Journal and interviewed on television. He spent the summer of 1994 in Washington, D.C., in an internship arranged by the libertarian Charles G. Koch Foundation Summer Fellow Program. He worked for the Fraser Institute in 1995, writing Youthquake, whi

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Titel: Canadian political consultants
Untertitel: Ezra Levant, Rocco Rossi, Joshua Workman, Warren Kinsella, Rick Anderson, Kory Teneycke, Beryl P. Wajsman, Dalton Camp, Carolyn Stewart-Olsen, Hugh Segal, Bill Tieleman, Gerald Caplan, Sheila White, Allan Gregg, Frank Graves
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EAN: 9781156898741
ISBN: 1156898749
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 40
Gewicht: 91g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Jahr: 2011

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