Henry Milner

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Henry Milner

(1946-) professor of political science

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From the author

Essays, works

  • 2010 - The Internet Generation. Engaged Citizens Or Political Dropouts, University Press of New England, 294 p. (preview)
  • 2004 - Les compétences civiques. Comment les citoyens informés contribuent au bon fonctionnement de la démocratie, Québec: Presses de l'Université Laval, 388 p. (preview)
  • 2002 - Civic Literacy. How Informed Citizens Make Democracy Work, University Press of New England, 293 p. (preview)
  • 1994 - Social Democracy and Rational Choice. The Scandinavian Experience and Beyond, Routledge, 316 p. (preview)
  • 1989 - Sweden. Social Democracy in Practice, Oxford New York: Oxford University Press, 260 p.
  • 1986 - The Long Road to Reform. Restructuring Public Education in Quebec, Kingston; Montreal: McGill-Queen's University, 170 p. (preview)
  • 1984 - La Réforme Scolaire au Québec, Montréal: Québec/Amérique, 212 p.
  • 1978 - Politics in the New Quebec, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 257 p.
  • 1973 - The Decolonization of Quebec. An Analysis of Left-Wing Nationalism, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 257 p. (with Sheilagh Hodgins Milner)

As Editor

  • 2009 - Civic Education and Youth Political Participation, Sense Publishers, 212 p. (with Murray Print)
  • 2004 - Steps toward Making Every Vote Count. Electoral System Reform in Canada and its Provinces, University of Toronto Press, 319 p. (preview)
  • 2000 - Gösta Rehn and the Swedish Model at Home and Abroad, Ashgate, 331 p. (with Eskil Wadensjö)
  • 1999 - Making Every Vote Count. Reassessing Canada's Electoral System, Broadview Press, 2000 p.


The author is co-publisher of Inroads, the Canadian journal of opinion and policy. A list of his publishes articles in various publications can be found in his online CV.

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