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Contents for THE DORCHESTER REVIEW Autumn-Winter 2021:

The Gunpowder Plot of 1966 by Barry K. Wilson

1619 & the Canadian Left by F. H. Buckley

Keeping a Safe Distance by Gregory Melleuish

The AUKUS Surprise by Col. J. Paul de B. Taillon & Dr. James Finan

Of ‘Obnoxious’ historians & the Godless Profession by Matthew Neufeld

Fiscal Explosion by Thomas Flanagan

Ontario’s Empire by Graeme Thompson
Prize Money by Alastair Sweeny
Canada without the Indian Act by Joseph Quesnel

Living in Truth by John Pepall

"Interested Parties" by Trevor Phillips OBE and Policy Exchange


Captain of the Gate by Neville Thompson (Churchill: Master and Commander. Anthony Tucker-Jones. Osprey Publishing, 2021.)

Cultural Puritanism by Damien Freeman (The Forgotten Menzies: The World Picture of Australia’s Longest-serving Prime Minister. Stephen A. Chavura and Greg Melleuish. Melbourne University Press, 2021.)

Well-Earned Obscurity by James W. J. Bowden (Sir Mackenzie Bowell: A Canadian Prime Minister Forgotten by History. Barry K. Wilson. Loose Cannon, 2021.)

Uncancelling the Conquistadores by Christopher Shannon (Conquistadores: A New History of Spanish Discovery and Conquest. Fernando Cervantes. New York: Viking, 2021.)

Questions Unasked by John Robson (No Place for the State: The Origins and Legacies of the 1969 Omnibus Bill. Christopher Dummitt and Christabelle Sethna, eds. UBC Press, 2021.)

Rearranging the Map by Preston Jones (Colossal Ambitions: Confederate Planning for a Post-Civil War World. Adrian Brettle. University of Virginia Press, 2021.)

The Lies of BLM. Excerpt from Mark Milke, The Victim Cult: How The Grievance Culture Hurts Everyone And Wrecks Civilization, 2021.

Malicious Gossip by Olivia Jol (“The Crown.” Seasons 1 to 4. Netflix, 2016-2020.)

New Poem
“The Statue” by Jack Mitchell

Of Golden Girls & Useful Idiots
Agent of Influence? by C.P. Champion

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