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The Crown: A Primer

The Crown: A Primer

By Geoffroy Boulanger  A large majority of Canadians have absolutely no idea — or, at best, very little understanding — of the role of the Crown in Canada and our system, or indeed how fortunate we all are ...

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The Perils of Democracy

The Perils of Democracy

“THE DECLINE of Democracy.” “Democracy in Peril.” Such themes have been common in the higher journalism in recent years. The DR's John Pepall reviews two books. FROM THE ARCHIVES.

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How Good Was Harper? (for Canada's Economy)

How Good Was Harper? (for Canada's Economy)

By William Robson. Measured against the statist, redistributive aspirations of many on the left, Harper’s record was bad. Measured against the aspirations of many on the right, it was better. 

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From Katyn to Kamloops

From Katyn to Kamloops

Mass unmarked graves have evil connotations especially in the 20th century. But there is a vast gulf between Kamloops and Katyn, or Babi Yar — writes C.P. Champion

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The Barbarians Who Did not Sack the City

The Barbarians Who Did not Sack the City

The truth is that the rise of Rome would never have occurred if the energies of the nomadic world had been directed westward, writes Dr. Michael R. J. Bonner

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