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Articles from Canadian Dimension (March 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
Ambitious effort to map future of Canadian progressive movements falls short. Rosenfeld, Herman Book review 733
Degraded Work: The Struggle at the Bottom of the Labor Market. Roberts, Dylan Book review 206
Depression and repression: Canada between the wars: Canada has a long tradition of using fear of "the other" to suppress political rights for all. Brown, Lorne 4451
Dissenting big time: E.P. Thompson, C. Wright Mills and making the first New Left. Palmer, Bryan O. Book review 2069
First nations in the crosshairs: as Canada moves to protect resource exploitation, agencies accelerate spying on Indigenous activists. Dafnos, Tia 2008
Gaming for equality: Komma Lika finds a friendly way to raise awareness at home. Carleton, Sean Interview 581
Greek breakthrough inspires, but also raises many challenges. Editorial 733
Israel-Palestine: it's time to abandon the two-state solution: rights activist Jeff Halper sees potential collapse of conflict as an opportunity to explore a one-state resolution. Gadzo, Mersiha Interview 2034
Mixed messages in the struggles of U.S. labour. Rosenfeld, Herman 741
Out of the closet, into the database: public face comes at the cost of personal privacy. McCaskell, Tim 2209
Polluted people. Levy, Andrea 794
Privacy and democracy: what geeks understand that the left doesn't. Russell, Corvin 2525
Spotlight needed on Canada's surveillance culture. Parsons, Christopher 2819
The coming revolution in the NBA (and the woman who will lead it). Black, Simon 761
The Economic War Against Cuba. Roberts, Dylan Book review 249
The FTQ has the right to wage political campaigns. Frappier, Andre 655
The surveillance state: a special issue. Editorial 626
To be or not to be: a critical year for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Deutsch, Judy 311
What Obama should have said about Cuba. Hughes, Lesley 593

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