Paul WellsTuesday, 12 December 2006Listen
A few weeks ago, Maclean's columnist Paul Wells talked with Joseph Planta about his bestselling book Right Side Up: The Fall of Paul Martin and the Rise of Stephen Harper's New Conservatism (Douglas Gibson, 2006), which documents Canada's recent political history and the two men who dominated, Paul Martin and Stephen Harper.
Right Side Up: The Fall of Paul Martin and the Rise of Stephen Harper's New Conservatism by Paul Wells. (Douglas Gibson Books, 2006)
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Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:
This is the Planta: On the Line program here at THECOMMENTARY.CA.
Right Side Up: The Fall of Paul Martin and the Rise of Stephen Harper's New Conservatism is an informative and engrossing, if at times entertaining read. If you read his blog, then it's a book you've been expecting for a while now. Paul Wells doesn't disappoint. It is the first book from the Maclean's columnist. The former Montreal Gazette and National Post columnist joins me from Ottawa now.
Right Side Up is a Douglas Gibson Book published by McClelland and Stewart and retails for $34.99. Please welcome to the Planta: On the Line program, Paul Wells; Good morning, Mr. Wells.
Paul Wells Blog, 'Inkless Wells': http://www.macleans.ca/paulwells/
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