Michael Jackson served for decades as Saskatchewan’s Chief of Protocol, developing a national reputation for his advocacy of the Crown
belonging to the provinces as much as to the federal government. This readable book is appealing for two main reasons: its historical analysis of the development of our monarchical institutions; and its numerous vignettes of vice-regal personalities and behind-the-scenes activities of the Canadian Crown during recent decades, both positive and troubling; some significant, all fascinating. It was the subject of a major review in the Spring 2014 issue of Canadian Monarchist News. A must for the informed monarchist’s bookshelf!