Features
Featured Essay
Featured Link

Full Collections
Essays (425)
Quotations (6095)
Links (715)
Books (232)

Other Pages
About Us
Authors
Awards
Bookseller Affiliations
Contact Us
Cookies
Editorial Board
Excellent Essays
Excellent Sites
Liberal Magic
Mush Quotations
Our New Look
Privacy Policy
Sign Up!
Submissions
Amazon.com online bookstore
  


Richard Foot
Journalist with the National Post

... constitutional scholars say the governor-general is an institution in decline, not because of a growing republican spirit here, but thanks instead to a string of poor and partisan appointments and an office that demands individuals of the highest calibre. A governor-general must command the respect of of all political parties and also win the hearts of Canadians if they are to prove a success.

Sep. 9, 1999 - from "Challenge for Clarkson is to win hearts of Canadians", published in the National Post