SWIFT, Jamie. Canadian, b. 1951. Genres: Local history/Rural topics. Career: Journalist, freelance writer and editor. Former reporter for Whig Standard. Publications: (with the Development Education Centre) The Big Nickel: Inco and Home and Abroad, 1977; Cut and Run: The Assault on Canada's Forests, 1983; (with M. Czerny) Getting Started on Social Analysis in Canada, 1984; Odd Man Out: The Life and Times of Eric Kierans, 1988; (ed. with B. Tomlinson) Conflicts of Interest: Canada and the Third World, 1991; Wheel of Fortune: Work and Life in the Age of Falling Expectations, 1995; Civil Society in Question, 1999. Address: c/o Author Mail, Between the Lines, 720 Bathurst St. #404, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 2R4.
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