Anthony Westell

LRC Contributor

Anthony Westell is a retired journalist and a former editor of the LRC.

Articles by Anthony Westell

  • Proportional Representation — Why Not? (April 2005)
    A leading political analyst says we have nothing to lost and a lot to gain.
  • Many More Trudeaus (June 2005)
    A review of The Hidden Pierre Elliott Trudeau: The Faith Behind the Politics, edited by John English, Richard Gwyn and P. Whitney Lackenbauer, and Pierre: Colleagues and Friends Talk about the Trudeau They Knew, edited by Nancy Southam
  • An Unholy Marriage (November 2005)
    A review of The Secret Mulroney Tapes: Unguarded Confessions of a Prime Minister, by Peter C. Newman
  • Election or Revolution? (July–August 2012)
    A review of The Canadian Federal Election of 2011, edited by Jon H. Pammett and Christopher Dornan
  • A Wonderful Pipedream (December 2011)
    A review of Fixing the Game: Bubbles, Crashes and What Capitalism Can Learn from the NFL, by Roger L. Martin
  • Avoiding Extremes (June 2011)
    A review of The Right Balance: Canada’s Conservative Tradition, by Hugh Segal
  • The Life of a Great Man (January–February 2009)
    A review of Lester B. Pearson, by Andrew Cohen
  • The Would-Be Transformer (December 2007)
    A review of Transforming the Nation: Canada and Brian Mulroney, edited by Raymond B. Blake
  • Lonely, But Purposeful (September 2007)
    A review of Stéphane Dion: Against the Current, by Linda Diebel
  • Doomsday Always Sells (May 2007)
    A review of J.L. Granatstein’s Whose War Is It? How Canada Can Survive in the Post-9/11 World
  • How the Media Promote White Supremacy (September 2002)
    A review of Discourses of Domination: Racial Bias in the Canadian English-Language Press, by Frances Henry and Carol Tator