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England's Political Secret

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England's Political Secret

What was the political secret that Englishmen were convinced they had found and that allowed them to be so free? A free nation was one that was not dependent upon the will of anyone, especially its own Monarch, writes Dr. François Charbonneau.

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Israel and Palestine: Exploding the Myths

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Israel and Palestine: Exploding the Myths

Historical denial, Arab propaganda, liberal guilt, and anti-Semitism serve to legitimize a demand for a sovereign Palestinian state where none has ever existed. The claim of "apartheid" is only the latest charge in the effort to delegitimize Israel.

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Rediscovering the Good Life

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Rediscovering the Good Life

The modern liberal vision of successful parenting and education is irretrievably flawed because it fails even to consider the most important questions about human life, writes Dr. Michael Bonner.

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Napoleon and the French Canadians

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Napoleon and the French Canadians

By Serge Joyal. All countries create myths to adumbrate their aspirations and to reflect an image of their national identity. Such was the myth of Napoleon in France and, as we shall see, even in French Canada.

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A Hall of Halls

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A Hall of Halls

Apostles of Empire: The Jesuits and New France is self-consciously a work of revision, by which the Jesuit missionaries are rescued from the conflicting pieties of past historians. Bronwen McShea invites her readers to reconsider the Jesuit missions at the foundations of Canadian history.

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