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Jan 14, 2015
image: rabble.ca

Charlie Hebdo and the meaning of a massacre

Claude Denis
It is true that freedom of expression is meaningless if it does not include the right to offend. But there is real danger of obscuring larger issues by retreating to discussions of high principles.
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Jan 8, 2015

In solidarity with the journalists killed in France.

rabble staff
Yesterday, 12 journalists were killed at the offices of satire magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris France, rabble.ca is using its front page photo space for a cartoon, with hopes for peace.
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Nov 14, 2014

Ils se souviennent: France and the Great War

Rod Mickleburgh
As much as we rightly mourned the murders of two young Canadian soldiers last month, this past Remembrance Day inevitably lost some of its focus on the carnage that started it all.
Blog
Apr 28, 2014
Photo: Javier Corbo/flickr

Why France's economic problems matter

Bruce Livesey
France is at that critical juncture where it seems poised to begin tearing down its social democratic infrastructure by embracing the neoliberal playbook of austerity.
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France: One year after the Sarkozy defeat

Aug 8, 2013
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