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Issue 38 Editorials and Rejoinders

Inroads 38 looks back at the federal election campaign and forward to the issues facing the new Trudeau government. Gareth Morley analyzes the economics and politics of deficit spending, John Richards looks at climate change, Henry Milner and Wilf Day examine the prospects for electoral reform and Bob Chodos teases out the effects of the niqab court decision, while Dominic Cardy and Harvey Schachter offer insights into how the campaign played out. Other articles explore the multiple realities of Haitians in the Dominican Republic, the “political earthquake” that brought Jeremy Corbyn to the leadership of Britain’s Labour Party, trends in standard of living in central Canada and the United States and the integration of Canada’s Muslim minorities.  

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Recovered memories need to be taken seriously

Carol McMullen’s appeal to take repressed memories seriously [Issue 38, 2016]
by Carol McMullen
 

 
 
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Greek tragedy – or farce?

Inroads listserv’s debate on Greece, Europe and austerity [Issue 38, 2016]
by Bob Chodos