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Was Canada born on a World War I battlefield?
What do the first four eras of Liberal dominance tell us about the new government’s prospects?
Henry Milner is amused but unconvinced by Michael Booth’s account of the “almost nearly perfect” Scandinavians
Eric Hamovitch delves into Jack Jedwab’s numbers on terrorism and identity
Meritocracy’s challenge to Western democracy
An unlikely policy wonk’s account of Iraq’s unravelling
For Ronald Beiner, the real question is about the value of modernity
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A Canadian phenomenon explores his country’s past
Bob Chodos on a positive view of North American diversity
Stéphane Dion reviews Chantal Hébert and Jean Lapierre’s The Morning After
Patrik Öhberg reviews two books on Sweden’s pseudo–serial killer
Henry Milner reviews two books by intellectuals in politics
Gareth Morley reviews Brian Leiter’s Why Tolerate Religion?