Economic conditions and the popularity of the incumbent party in canada
If the country had been as prosperous as it should have been, or as prosperous as it is represented to be, a good deal of discontent which now prevails would have been alleviated; for political causes alone seldom produce serious discontent, unless they affect injuriously the economic condition of the people.
|Journal||Canadian Journal of Political Science|
Carmichael, C. M. (1990). Economic conditions and the popularity of the incumbent party in canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 23(4), 713–726. doi:10.1017/S0008423900020813