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The corrosion of social norms puts us all at risk

The corrosion of social norms puts us all at risk

Insisting on righteous victory at any cost is the greasy slope to violence

Discovering the Basque roots of the American dream

Why visiting small museums can expand your knowledge of the broader world

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A Brexit perspective with 55-year-old roots

Charles de Gaulle’s view of the English should help inform the conversation about whether the U.K. belongs in Europe

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Hubert Humphrey’s futile dash for Presidential power

Humphrey tried and tried again but, ambition notwithstanding, he was never meant for the job

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Jean Chretien tried to end Canada’s apartheid system

As a cabinet minister under Pierre Trudeau, his bold plan would have improved the lives of Indigenous Canadians. It was doomed

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What if Bobby Kennedy had lived?

It’s still a stretch to believe he could have become president in 1972 or later, given his beliefs and the circumstances of the time

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Is Ontario’s Big Blue Machine rolling again?

There’s no evidence the tribal loyalty of the past can exist today. And today’s financial limits will ultimately handicap any government

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Would Bobby Kennedy have been elected president?

On the 50th anniversary of his assassination, a close look at the facts suggests another Kennedy president was unlikely

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Ronald Reagan’s remarkable mission to Moscow

The American president’s loathing for nuclear weapons and his desire to see new freedoms in the Soviet Union framed his trip

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Marx was wrong: communism did not lead to a better society

The stronger the application of communist ideologies and practices, the worse the outcomes

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