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Don Getty
David J. Climenhaga | Don Getty's record as interpreted by the neoliberal propaganda machine is subject to as much mythmaking and distortion as that of Pierre Trudeau. History will judge him more kindly.
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Canada in Africa
Redeye Collective | The Canadian government says its aid helps Africa to increase food security and stimulate economic growth. In his new book, Yves Engler argues that this is largely public relations spin.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | Place your bets. Will Justin Trudeau and his economic advisers choose a neo-Keynesian approach to the growing economic disaster or will they stick to the stock neoliberal ideology?
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Nick Fillmore | Wait for it, and don't be afraid: The problem is the out-of-control form of heartless capitalism we live under.
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Michael Stewart | At least lefty and student organizers know to get their snack money in advance.
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Stephen Kimber | It's fascinating how easily the government and its neoliberal cheerleaders transformed a much-needed discussion of Nova Scotia's "revenue problem" into a rationale for still more cuts.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | There's a new element in the toxic formula of global xenophobia: anxiety among economically precarious people over globalization and trade deals.
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Michael Stewart | Vancouver's best post-secondary option for low-income and ESL students is under threat of crippling cuts driven by a privatization agenda.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Professor Donald Gutstein says Stephen Harper's policies are the result of decades of effort by a network of right-wing think tanks determined to change how governments operate.
Columnists
Ellen Russell, Mathieu Dufour | Promises always sound good, especially in election season. It seems like a more productive economy should make us all better off. But a pro-business productivity agenda might not be helping workers.
Book Review
Michael Stewart | The corporatization of Canadian universities is a startling reality. Academia Inc. reveals the astonishing scale and scope corporate influence has on our universities.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The new approach to election debates strips off the national component and boutiques the process, bringing us one step closer to the neoliberalization of Canada's electoral process.