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In Search of True Federalism

In Search of True Federalism A further article by Mark Wegierski to Commemorate the Sesquicentennial of Canadian Confederation It is sometimes maintained that strengthening the provinces and regions in Canada would lead to a more balanced society. While there is … Continue reading

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Beyond Multiculturalism

  Beyond Multiculturalism John Press proposes a new paradigm   CULTURISM AND CULTURISTS ‘Culturism’ is the opposite of multiculturalism. Whereas multiculturalists believe we should celebrate our national diversity, culturists, (those who advocate culturism), believe that we should seek unity by … Continue reading

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Will Kymlicka and the disappearing Dominion

Will Kymlicka and the disappearing Dominion RICARDO DUCHESNE analyzes the highly dubious ‛achievements’ of a fêted academic Karl Mannheim’s concept of free-floating intellectuals engaged in the production of knowledge unconcerned with personal motives and interests has long attracted liberal academics uncomfortable … Continue reading

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Colour (and culture) clashes

Colour (and culture) clashes ROBERT HENDERSON reviews a global survey of racial and cultural confrontations Ethnic Conflicts Tatu Vanhanen, Ulster Institute for Public Research, 326 pps, £23 hb, £18 pb This is not a book designed for easy bedtime reading. It is … Continue reading

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‘Multiculturalism’ – uses and abuses of a modern cliche

‘Multiculturalism’ – uses and abuses of a modern cliché A.R. KNEEN deconstructs a much misunderstood term   We are all familiar with the term ‘multiculturalism’. This word[i] is used by many, including by those with power, authority and expertise – … Continue reading

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Rational national limits

Rational national limits ROBERT HENDERSON considers the case for maintaining nation states The Significance of Borders – Why Representative Government and the Rule of Law Require Nation States Thierry Baudet, Brill, 2012 This a frustrating book. Its subject is of … Continue reading

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