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For other people with a similar name, see John Bryden (disambiguation). John H. Bryden (born July 15, 1943, Dundas, Ontario) is a Canadian politician, journalist, historian. Contents 1 Education 2 Early career 3 Political career 4 As a writer 4.1 Publications include 5 External links // Education He received an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in English and History from McMaster University in 1966, and a Masters of Philosophy in English from the University of Leeds in 1968. Early career From 1969 to 1989, Bryden held a number of positions as a journalist at several Canadian newspapers including the Hamilton Spectator, the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. Political career Bryden was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a member of the Liberal Party of Canada during the Liberal sweep of Ontario in the 1993 election. He was re-elected in the 1997 election for the riding of Wentworth-Burlington, and again in the 2000 election, in the riding of Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Aldershot. He supported Deputy Prime Minister John Manley to succeed the retiring Jean Chrétien. This brought an end to his political career, as Manley was unable to make much headway against frontrunner Paul Martin, who not only had a large lead in polls but also controlled much of the party machinery. Apparently in retaliation, Bryden's renomination was not guaranteed and his electoral district was abolished, forcing him into an uphill battle against a Martin loyalist. In February 2004, he left the Liberal Party to join the Conservative Party of Canada, citing disagreement with the actions and policies of the newly-chosen Liberal leader Martin, notably criticizing Martin's vindictiveness and blaming him for the Sponsorship scandal. Bryden was unable to gain the Conservative nomination for his riding of Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale in the 2004 federal election, and he retired from politics. As a writer To date, his books have focused on Canada's involvement in World War II particularly in the area of chemical and biological warfare (Deadly Allies) and signal intelligence (Best Kept Secret). His writing career was interrupted by his political career. It remains to be seen whether he resumes his historical researches now that he has left politics. Publications include Deadly Allies: Canada's Secret War 1937-1947, Diane Books Publishing Company, 1989. ISBN 0-7710-1724-3 Best Kept Secret: Canadian Secret Intelligence in the Second World War, Lester, 1993. ISBN 1-895555-29-9 External links Parliament of Canada biography Parliament of Canada Preceded by Geoffrey Scott Member of Parliament from Hamilton—Wentworth 1993-1997 Succeeded by riding abolished Preceded by riding created Member of Parliament from Wentworth—Burlington 1997-2000 Succeeded by riding abolished Preceded by riding created Member of Parliament from Ancaster—Dundas—Flamborough—Aldershot 2000-2004 Succeeded by riding abolished Persondata NAME Bryden, John H. ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Canadian politician DATE OF BIRTH July 15, 1943 PLACE OF BIRTH Dundas, Ontario, Canada DATE OF DEATH living PLACE OF DEATH