Nbr. 35, June - June 2014
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- Introducing inroads 35.
- How citizens became democratic consumers.
- This is high school: a Canadian play and a Palestinian film offer similar insights about war.
- Cross-border education: launching a joint international MA in Canadian-American Studies.
- The Mackenzie King of our time: skilful, cautious and uninspiring, Stephen Harper resembles Canada's longest-serving prime minister.
- A modest proposal for monetary policy: the Bank of Canada needs to pay more attention to exchange rates.
- Germany's academic Tea Party: the 2013 German federal election produced some surprises.
- The Middle East impasse: with no tricks up American sleeves, the Kerry negotiations break down.
- From Quebec's Bill 52: An Act respecting end-of-life care.
- Medically assisted dying: Quebec's extraordinary citizens' debate.
- The total pain of dying: is euthanasia a form of medical care?
- Secularism in Quebec: what's next after the PQ's defeat?
- The Quebec election and the Internet Generation.
- Quebec's struggle with secularism: a timeline.
- Montreal slips away from the PQ.
- The elephant is among us: figures show that fear of a referendum was the dominant factor in the Quebec election.
- Legislating secularism in Quebec: where does it come from? Where is it going?
- Secularism meets the Charter of Rights.
- The age of fundamentalism: an interview with Fatima Houda-Pepin.
- Majorities and minorities: selected and edited from the Inroads listserv.
- In the trenches: a century later, the First World War remains embedded in our imaginations.
- The horrors of war and the human condition.
- The economic and political costs of immigration.
- How tax became a four-letter word.
- A determined effort to understand inequality.
- It's not just about neoliberal ideas: a response to John Richards.