Nbr. 34, January - January 2014
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- Introducing inroads 34.
- The PQ's toxic values brew.
- Seven reasons to support [something like] the Quebec values charter.
- Syria: the questions remain: selected and edited from the Inroads listserv.
- Opening the state's hand to the poor: how can good intentions be translated into effective antipoverty policies?
- A dubious antipoverty strategy: guaranteeing incomes for the poor is politically unfeasible and financially unsustainable.
- Reviving poverty talk: what policies will reduce poverty--and how do we pay for them?
- A reset for the child tax benefit system.
- It's not just income inequality that counts: nonmaterial redistribution is a key element in successful societies.
- Immigration: between two poles.
- The interests of immigrants first: can Sweden maintain its generous refugee policy and its generous welfare state?
- Making Canada's immigrant selection policies work: without reform, immigration imposes a heavy fiscal burden on Canadians.
- The senators and the elephant.
- Make the senate less partisan.
- Acknowledge the elephant in the Red Chamber.
- Revisit the Senate as it was meant to be: the upper house was created to protect provincial interests in the federal legislative process.
- Deliberative democracy, Irish style Ireland's Constitutional Convention of 2013.
- Unrepresented no more: noncontiguous ridings could enhance aboriginals' voice in our political institutions.
- How the CRTC lost the internet TV war.
- W(h)ither feminism?
- Postmulticultural Ontario, through the eyes of a Quebecer.