Chrétien Consensus begins in Saskatchewan under the NDP

This is the first of several blog posts based on the recently released book the End of the Chrétien Consensus?, which chronicles the emergence and success of the policies of this era as well as the move away from these policies over the last decade or so.The Chrétien Consensus was an implicit agreement that ultimately spread across the country and transcended political party regarding the soundness of balanced budgets, declining government debt, smaller and smarter government spending, and competitive taxes. It emerged in the early 1990s and lasted through to roughly the mid-2000s. And though it’s named after its most

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