BARLOW, Maude. Canadian, b. 1947. Genres: Economics, Education, Politics/Government. Career: City of Ottawa, ON, director of equal opportunities, 1980-83; senior adviser to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Ottawa, 1983-84; Council of Canadians, Ottawa, chairperson, 1988-. Visiting scholar, University of Ottawa, 1991. Member of council of advisers, Canadian Centre for Arms Control and Disarmament; consultant on equality and social justice issues. Publications: Women and Disarmament, 1988; Parcel of Rogues, 1990; (with B. Campbell) Take Back the Nation, 1991; (with H-J. Robertson) Class Warfare, 1994; (with B. Campbell) Straight through the Heart, 1995; (with J. Winter) The Big Black Book, 1997; (with T. Clarke) MAI: The Multilateral Agreement on Investment and the Threat to Canadian Sovereignty, 1997; (with T. Clarke) MAI: The Multilateral Agreement on Investment and the Threat to American Freedom, 1997; The Fight of My Life, 1998; (with T. Clarke) MAI: The Multilateral Agreement on Investment Round 2, 1998; (with E. May) Frederick Street, 2000; (with T. Clarke) Global Showdown, 2001; (with T. Clarke) Blue Gold, 2002; Profit Is not the Cure, 2002. Contributor to reference works, periodicals and journals. Address: 525 C Bay St, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1R 6B4.