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Apr 9, 2013

The NDP and its radical roots

Radical means going back to the roots of a question or a problem and trying to find its source, so as to better understand what to do. The roots of the CCF/NDP were in the world economy of the 1930s.
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May 11, 2012
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The NDP: The road travelled from 2006 to 2012

James Laxer
In the 1930s, social democrats nurtured a political culture and an intellectual climate in which socialist ideas would be embraced. But today's NDP has evolved into a party much like the others.
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Jun 18, 2011

The NDP celebrates

Gerry Caplan
Jack Layton's NDP is bringing the sweet smell of success to a distraught Vancouver. But the delegates at the convention may want to remember that not all such gatherings have been joyous celebrations.
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J.S. Woodsworth

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J.S. Woodsworth was the first leader of the CCF

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