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The Real Handmaid's Tale

Barbara Kay War & Weaponry

The Real Handmaid's Tale

By Barbara Kay. From our archive: Hitler’s Furies should be read in every Gender Studies program in the West. It treats women with the respect they deserve as complex human beings and the true moral equals of men: equally capable of good and equally capable of evil.

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1812 & The Fathers of Confederation

Allan Napier MacNab Battle Honours Canada Colony to Nation Myth Confederation Defence of Canada Donald Creighton Fathers of Confederation John Hamilton Gray Joseph Howe Lt. Col. Donald Macpherson Militia Myth Sir Adolphe-Philippe Caron Sir Charles Tupper Sir Étienne-Paschal Taché Sir George-Étienne Cartier Sir Hector-Louis Langevin Sir John A. Macdonald Sir Oliver Mowat Thomas D'Arcy McGee War of 1812

1812 & The Fathers of Confederation

Several Fathers of Confederation had a connection to the War of 1812. Only two generations separated the peace of 1814 from the Charlottetown conference -- the same lapse of time (fifty years) as between 1945 and 1995, when Canadians of all ages celebrated “Victory in Europe."

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Israel at Peace

Corrective History Daniel Pipes Israel Middle East War & Weaponry

Israel at Peace

Only when Palestinians give up on their anti-Zionist dream of destruction will they be able to invest their efforts to creating an attractive polity, economy, society, and culture. Only when Palestinians give up destroying can they build, writes Daniel Pipes.

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Why Marx Is Still (Mostly) Wrong

Why Marx Is Still (Mostly) Wrong

By Paul Hollander. There are two major reasons for being critical of Marxism. The first is that it entails numerous questionable, implausible or erroneous propositions... Secondly because of the consequences of its attempted application by various political systems, suffering, repression and slaughter.

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