Books, Big Ideas, Q&As
Lewis’ Power, Prime Ministers and the Press a must-read for Hill journalists
Power, Prime Ministers and the Press is organized as 30 snappy chapters divided into 10 chronological sections. Reflecting on politics can be cathartic for those who bear witness to history. Journalists see how news is constructed. They interact with politicians and other journalists who are giants in Canadian political life. They are on the frontlines of reporting events and uncovering information that would otherwise be hidden from public view.