Time and Chance (Kim Campbell)

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Time and Chance
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First edition
Author Kim Campbell
SubjectKim Campbell
Publisher Doubleday Canada
Publication date
April 1, 1996
Media type Paperback
ISBN 0-385-25527-6
OCLC 34985508
LC Class F1034.3.C34 A3 1996

Time and Chance is a book by Kim Campbell, former Prime Minister of Canada. The book details the career of Kim Campbell from her first election to the Vancouver School Board to becoming the Prime Minister of Canada.

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