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Karl Nerenberg | Voices-Voix, a coalition of 200 groups and 5,000 individuals, has issued a new and exhaustive report called "Dismantling Democracy." It provides a detailed and frightening account.
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J. Baglow | The malfeasance of Evan Solomon and the passage of Bill C-51 are the products of the same political values.
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Murray Dobbin | There are signs that some countries are trying to get governing power back from transnational corporations. But no country seems as determined as Canada to jettison the powers of government.
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Resh Budhu | How do we RETHINK the role of education in these times; RESIST neoliberal incursion into teaching and learning; and RECLAIM our educational institutions as vital democratic centres?
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June Chua | The documentary "Cartoonists: Foot Soldiers of Democracy" is a well-rounded collection of stories highlighting the difficulties and complexities of being a political satirist in various countries.
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Gerry Caplan | With the IMF's treatment of Greece after Syriza's triumph, you can almost hear Henry Kissinger whispering "The issues are much too important for the Greek voters to decide for themselves."
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Thomas Ponniah | The World Social Forum represents the development of a new left and a new global civilization, grounded by a desire for participatory, radical democracy.
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Murray Dobbin | The exceptionally successful neoliberal campaign to change the "ideological fabric" of society has put western civilization on a track to irreversible collapse. How can we shift course?
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David J. Climenhaga | The only bright spot: this may remind voters elsewhere in Canada what happens to democracy when you let a bunch of secretive Ozberta Conservatives run things too long.
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Democracy Watch | Conservative MPs changed the 'Reform Act,' which took away key powers of federal political party leaders, into the 'Hope for Reform Act,' which may or may not change anything.
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Kate McInturff | As institutions and individuals with the power to diminish levels of violence against women rush to issue public apologies, one question remains. What are we going to do, now that we are sorry?
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Angella MacEwen | There are a number of reasons to be concerned about the Canadian-European Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA). The first one is that it isn't just a trade deal.