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Patrice Dutil

Patrice Dutil is a professor of politics and public administration at Ryerson University, Toronto. He is the author of Prime Ministerial Power in Canada: Its Origins under Macdonald, Laurier, and Borden; The Service State: Rhetoric, Reality, and Promise (with Cosmo Howard, John Langford, and Jeffrey Roy); Embattled Nation: Canada’s Wartime Election of 1917 (with David MacKenzie); and Canada, 1911: The Decisive Election That Shaped the Country (also with MacKenzie), among other works. He has also edited several collections and was the founding editor of the Literary Review of Canada (1991–96) and the President of the Champlain Society (2010–17).

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