Nbr. 30, January 2012
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- Introducing Inroads 30.
- Two friends who left us too soon: in memoriam: Peter Findlay and Martin Lubin.
- To merge or not to merge.
- Short-term success, long-term failure? Quebec's Quiet Revolution came at a heavy cost.
- Without policies and programs, a movement is meaningless.
- Postelection Canada: the new realities.
- The Liberals: the strange death of the political centre.
- The NDP--1: can it break the Liberal/Conservative monopoly of power?
- The NDP--2: choosing the leader of a very tribal party.
- The Conservatives: has the government turned its back on Quebec?
- In the end, the election was about issues.
- The capital question: the governance and design of Canada's federal capital region.
- Canada's capital--1: getting the capital's governance right.
- Canada's capital--2: planning a capital for all Canadians.
- Vancouver and the insatiable automobile.
- The hum of human cities.
- As ripe for storytelling as Dickens's London: novels inspired by South Asian cities.
- Electoral imbalance: cities lose out.
- Back to the 1950s: the Liberals and PQ are making a mockery of Quebec's electoral map.
- One person, one vote? The growing erosion of urban voting power in British Columbia.
- Kashmir: six decades and counting.
- Kashmir's untold story: in the struggle between India and Pakistan, the Kashmiri people have been ignored.
- Kashmir: the regional imperative.
- Youth and the democratic deficit: why have young Canadians tuned out of the political process?
- The political codes of the prairies.