- Affiliation: University of New Brunswick
David Bedford received his PhD from York University and joined the Department of Political Science at the University of New Brunswick in 1989. His research interests include aboriginal politics, international relations theory and ancient political thought. His recent publications include On the Road with Dutch Mason (with Harvey Sawler), and The Tragedy of Progress: Marxism Modernity and the Aboriginal Question (with Dan Irving).
Books by David Bedford
Marxism, Modernity and the Aboriginal Question
The Left in Canada has had an uneasy relationship with the Aboriginal struggle for justice. There is a natural sympathy and alliance between the working class and cheap viagra in uk its political representatives who are struggling against the exploitation of labour and Aboriginal peoples and nations who are resisting the dispossession of their lands and the loss of their culture. Yet the co-incidence of interests has very rarely led to any support by labour and the Left for Aboriginal resistance. In fact, rather than… (more information)