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The anti-terrorism bill is a monstrosity
Dying later, dying differently, dying when we want
Reg Whitaker on Ottawa’s stale foreign policy debates
Arthur Milner on the problems with public service strikes
A Canadian play and a Palestinian film offer similar insights about war
In recent years, a number of journalists have published books on Canadian politics. Some are forgettable, some quite good, but one stands out from all the others
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Columnist Reg Whitaker sees the Parti Québécois retreating into a narrow ethnic form of nationalism
Columnist Arthur Milner finds seven reasons why something like the Quebec values charter deserves support – in Canada, not only in Quebec
CBC radio and the decline of public broadcasting [From Inroads 22, 2008]
Inroads columnist Reg Whitaker writes about Obama's message and whether it is truly heard or drowned out by partisan rhetoric.
The question of God, atheism, fundamentalism, faith and religion is tackled by Arthur Milner in his column.
The enigma of Stephen Harper is quite the opposite: hidden depths, concealed agendas, complex contradictions. There are any number of Harpers that flash by, and they simply do not add up. [From Inroads 22, 2008]