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Tom Mulcair, prime minister in waiting?

Mulcair’s job is to present a credible, viable alternative to the team on the opposing front benches. No previous NDP leaders faced this challenge. [From Inroads 31, 2012]
by Henry Milner
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Mario Vargas Llosa and the end of authoritarian regimes

Readers seeking to understand the end of authoritarian regimes could do no better than to start with a book by Nobel Laurate Mario Vargas Llosa: The Feast of the Goat. [From Inroads 29, 2011]
by Henry Milner
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Impolite topics, unpredictable critics

Henry Milner reviews recent books by Pierre Joncas and Joseph Facal. The authors underscore two related characteristics that make Quebec distinct. [From Inroads 27, 2010]
by Henry Milner
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The new Italy

Has Canada become the new Italy? Henry Milner writes about how Canada has become the most dysfunctional of the stable democracies. [From Inroads 26, 2010]
by Henry Milner
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Sweden’s election affirmed the 
country’s basic values and achievements

The outcome of Sweden's September election is the latest development in an inevitable process: Sweden is edging closer to the pattern of its Nordic and northern European neighbours. [From Inroads 28, 2011]
by Henry Milner
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Civics, Ontario style

Why did Ontario’s civic education program fail to reduce the democratic deficit? Henry Milner takes a look. [From Inroads 25, 2009]
by Henry Milner
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