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's The Government of Canada (1947). Somewhat more theoretically weighted were the comparative study by J. A. Corry, Democratic Government and Politics (1946) and Brady's Democracy in the Dominions (1947). It is now possible to see where the gaps lie in our knowledge of Canadian politics and government. These are most conspicuous for the political process, i.e., in the fields of parties, pressure groups, voting behaviour, electoral sys- tems, public opinion, propaganda, etc. Nor is there any book on the Cabinet or the prime ministership. In spite of preliminary forays