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Jan 27, 2005

Managing our addictions (badly)

When casinos were first installed in Nova Scotia a decade ago, opposing them was to declare that one was hopelessly backward. Like many other elements of what we often mistakenly call progress, there
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Jan 26, 2005

Bush brings WMD fervour to social security

Steven Laffoley
The crisis in the Social Security program, they say, is large and looming, and the program's collapse is imminent. And as with the Iraqi WMD public relations campaign, Americans arebeing inundated wi
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Jan 21, 2005

The changing face of feminism

Carol Goar
Feminists call it the third wave, the new surge of women's activism that will topple the last vestiges of male dominance. The first wave, known as the suffragette movement, lasted from the mid-1870s
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Jan 20, 2005

A glimpse into a revolution

Carol Goar
One big happy family, it was not. The women's movement in Canada was rancorous and chaotic for much of its 35-year history. But it achieved more, lasted longer and became more racially and ideologica

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