Hill Times list of the Top 100 books.

I have culled their list of 100 and and left you with a shorter list of 50, albeit still a long list and I have added a few at the end…. that’s me, Andrew Cardozo!:

1. A National Force: The Evolution of Canada’s Army, 1950-2000, by Peter Kasurak, UBC Press, 368 pp., $34.95.
6. Belonging: The Paradox of Citizenship, by Adrienne Clarkson, House of Anansi Press Inc., 224 pp., $19.95.
7. Bending the Cost Curve in Health Care: Canada’s Provinces in International Perspective, edited by Gregory P. Marchildon and Livio Di Matteo, University of Toronto Press, 448 pp., $100.
8. Blocking Public Participation: The Use of Strategic Litigation to Silence Political Expression, by Byron Sheldrick, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 182 pp., $29.99.
10. Building Nations from Diversity: Canadian and American Experience Compared, by Garth Stevenson, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 344 pp., $29.95.
11. Canada and the Crown: Essays in Constitutional Monarchy, edited by Michael Jackson and Philippe Lagassé, foreword by Governor General David Johnston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 320 pp., $39.95.
14. Canada in Cities: The Politics and Policy of Federal-Local Governments, edited by Katherine A.H. Graham and Caroline Andrew, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 304 pp., $29.95.
21. Commissions of Inquiry and Policy Change: A Comparative Analysis, edited by Gregory J. Inwood and Carolyn M. Johns, University of Toronto Press, 334 pp., $24.47.
22. Common Ground, by Justin Trudeau, HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., 352 pp., $32.50.
23. Conservatism in Canada, edited by James Farney and David Rayside, University of Toronto Press, pp. 400, $34.95.
24. Copyfight: The Global Politics of Digital Copyright Reform, by Blayne Haggart, University of Toronto Press, 370 pp., $37.95.
25. Counterfeit Crime: Criminal Profits, Terror Dollars, and Nonsense, by R.T. Taylor, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 312 pp., $29.95.
26. Democracy in Decline: Steps in the Wrong Direction, by James Allan, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 200 pp., $29.95.
29. Duffy: Stardom to Senate to Scandal, by Dan Leger, Nimbus Publishing, 221 pp., $29.95.
30. Dynamic Fair Dealing: Creating Canadian Culture Online, edited by Rosemary J. Coombe, Darren Wershler, and Martin Zeilinger, University of Toronto Press, 442 pp., $37.95.
31. Employment Equity in Canada: The Legacy of the Abella Report, edited by Carol Agócs, foreword by Justice Rosalie Abella, University to Toronto Press, 352 pp., $34.95.
32. Engaging China: Myth, Aspiration, and Strategy in Canadian Policy from Trudeau to Harper, by Paul Evans, University of Toronto Press, pp. $19.95.
34. Environmental Policy in North America: Approaches, Capacity, and the Management of Transboundary Issues, by Robert G. Healy, Debora L. VanNijnatten, and Marcela López-Vallejo, 216 pp., $34.95.
35. 14 Days: Making The Conservative Movement in Canada, by Bruce Carson, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 280 pp., $34.95.
38. Gendered News: Media Coverage and Electoral Politics in Canada, by Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant, UBC Press, 260 pp., $32.95.
40. Harperism: How Stephen Harper And His Think Tank Colleagues Have Transformed Canada, by Donald Gutstein, Lorimer, 288 pp., $22.95.
41. How Ottawa Spends 2014-2015: The Harper Government—Good to Go?, edited by G. Bruce Doern and Christopher Stoney, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 207 pp., $34.95.
42. Irresponsible Government: The Decline of Parliamentary Democracy in Canada, by Brent Rathgeber, Dundurn, 168 pp., $19.99.
49. Liberating Temporariness? Migration, Work, and Citizenship in an Age of Insecurity, edited by Leah F. Vosko, Valerie Preston, and Robert Latham, 360 pp., $34.95.
50. Looking West: Regional Transformation And The Future of Canada, by Loleen Berdahl and Roger Gibbons, University of Toronto Press, 177 pp., $29.95.
51. Macdonald at 200: New Reflections and Legacies, edited by Patrice Dutil and Roger Hall, afterword by Richard Gwyn, 470 pp., $25.08.
53. Mission Invisible: Race, Religion, and News at the Dawn of the 9/11 Era, by Ross Perigoe and Mahmoud Eid, UBC Press, 332 pp., 434.95.
54. On Being Here to Stay: Treaties and Aboriginal Rights in Canada, by Michael Asch, University of Toronto Press, pp. 217, $24.95.
55. Our Scandalous Senate, by J. Patrick Boyer, Dundurn, pp. 387, $24.99.
56. Party of One: Stephen Harper and Canada’s Radical Makeover, by Michael Harris, Penguin Group Canada, 544 pp., $33.95.
59. Political Communication in Canada: Meet the Press and Tweet the Rest, edited by Alex Marland, Thierry Giasson, and Tamara A. Small, UBC Press, 272 pp., $95.
61. Publicity and the Canadian State: Critical Communications Perspectives, edited by Kirsten Kozolanka, University of Toronto Press, 377 pp., $34.95.
62. Racisms in a Multiculturalism Canada: Paradoxes, Politics, and Resistance, by Augie Fleras, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 342 pp., $44.99.
65. Reviving Social Democracy: The Near Death and Surprising Rise of the Federal NDP, edited by David Laycock and Lynda Erickson, UBC Press, 304 pp. $95.
66. Rise To Greatness: The History of Canada from The Vikings to the Present, by Conrad Black, McClelland & Stewart, 1,106 pp., $50.
70. Selling Sex: Experience, Advocacy, and Research on Sex Work in Canada, edited by Emily van der Meulen, Elya M. Durisin, and Victoria Love, UBC Press, 364 pp., $34.95.
71. Sex Work: Rethinking the Job, Respecting the Workers, by Colette Parent, Chris Bruckert, Patrice Corriveau, Maria Nengeh Mensah, and Louise Toupin, translated from the French by Käthe Roth, UBC Press, 160 pp., $24.95.
77. The Battlefield of Ontario Politics: An Autobiography, by Greg Sorbara, Dundurn, 222 pp., $24.99.
78. The Battle of London: Trudeau, Thatcher, and The Fight for Canada’s Constitution, by Frédéric Bastien, translated by Jacob Homel, Dundurn, 408 pp., $32.99.
79. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms: 30+ Years of Decisions That Shape Canadian Life, by Ian Greene, Lorimer, 440 pp., $24.95.
84. The Morning After: The 1995 Referendum and The Day That Almost Was, by Chantal Hébert and with Jean Lapierre, Knopf Canada, 299 pp., $29.95.
85. The Multiculturalism Question: Debating Identity in 21st Century Canada, edited by Jack Jedwab, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 300 pp., 439.95.
91. This Changes Every Thing: Capitalism vs. The Climate, by Naomi Klein, Knopf Canada, 566 pp., $36.95.
92. Thumper: The Memoirs of the Honourable Donald S. Macdonald, by Donald S. Macdonald with Rod McQueen, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 256 pp., $34.95.
93. Two Days In June: John F. Kennedy and The 48 Hours That Made History, by Andrew Cohen, Signal McClelland & Stewart, pp. 404, $34.
94. Tragedy in the Commons: Former Members of Parliament Speak Out About Canada’s Failing Democracy, by Alison Loat and Michael MacMillan, Random House Canada, 274 pp., $29.95.
95. Truth & Indignation: Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools, by Ronald Niezen, University of Toronto Press, 173 pp., $24.95.
96. Up Ghost River: A Chief’s Journey Through the Turbulent Waters of Native History, by Edmund Metatawabin with Alexandra Shimo, Knopf Canada, 316 pp., $32.
97. Winning Power: Canadian Campaigning in the 21st Century, by Tom Flanagan, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 248 pp., $34.95.
98. What I Learned About Politics: Inside the Rise and Collapse of Nova Scotia’s NDP Government, by Graham Steele, Nimbus, 184 pp., $21.95.
99. Who We Are: Reflections On My Life and Canada, by Elizabeth May, Greystone, 214 pp., $29.95.

—Compiled by Hill Times editor Kate Malloy
This list has been updated and corrected from last week’s list which repeated two titles.

Other books suggested by Andrew Cardozo, Pearson Centre

Charlie Angus, Children of the Broken Treaty
Armando Garnat Ruffo, Norval Morrisseau: Man changing into thunderbird
Karl Nerenberg, Harper vs. Canada: Five Ways of Looking at the Conservative Regime
Wab Kinew, The reason you walk

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