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Columnists
Jun 23, 2009

Quebec celebrates

Quebec celebrates its national holiday on June 24, and the French language is the hero of the party. The origins of La Saint-Jean as a national event go back 175 years.
News
Apr 8, 2009

After the G20: Panitch on the future of the Left

Sasha Lilley
<p>An interview with Leo Panitch, a political science professor and editor of the Socialist Register, about the G20, nationalizing the banks and what the financial crisis means for the Left.</p>
Book Review
Feb 19, 2009

One-way ticket to Canada

Bryan Prince
Bryan Prince's latest book tells the story of the Weems family who lived through and struggled to escape the slavery system and make a new life in Canada. The following is an excerpt from the book.
News
Jan 28, 2009

The legend of Evita lives on

Ron Verzuh
The Buenos Aires graveside of a secular saint still fascinates and puzzles tourists who flock to the La Recoleta cemetery.

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