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Not Guilty: Sir John A. Macdonald & the Genocide Fetish

Not Guilty: Sir John A. Macdonald & the Genocide Fetish

Genocide? Quite the contrary. Patrice Dutil explains why Sir John A. Macdonald is NOT GUILTY.

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The New Issue Is Live!

The New Issue Is Live!

Vol 10 No 2 is live! (Subscribers Only). Subscribe here to read on!

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Judging Without the Law

Judging Without the Law

Our politicians have given judges much power on the assumption that there was something called the law; that law would be supreme. Not judges. But in Backhouse’s biography and L’Heureux-Dubé’s judgments there is no concept of law.

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The Bogus History of Angélique

The Bogus History of Angélique

The fanciful notion that New France was a slave society evaporates like a drop of water under the desert sun, writes Frédéric Bastien

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Driving in the Wrong Lane

Driving in the Wrong Lane

The London Review of Books has badly misunderstood John Buchan, the former Governor General — writes J. William Galbraith

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