The best veteran is a dead veteran

Nickerson, Michael
April 2012
Esprit de Corps;Apr2012, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p15
The author discusses the programs initiated by the administration of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to address issues concerning the veterans. He asserts that the government has been using the military for political and partisan gains. The author also contends that the Conservative Party has seen the veterans as an expensive drain on the federal budget.


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