November 2006

  • From Propaganda to Scholarship

    A review of Clio’s Warriors: Canadian Historians and the Writing of the World Wars, by Tim Cook
  • Ms. Clarkson’s Revenge

    A review of Adrienne Clarkson’s Heart Matters
  • A Vanished Community

    A review of Stephen Kimber’s Reparations
  • Departing from the Script

    A review of Trevor Cole’s The Fearsome Particles
  • The Gamble That Failed

    A review of Martine Tremblay’s Derrière les portes closes: René Lévesque et l’exercice du pouvoir (1976–1985) and Pierre Godin’s René Lévesque: L’homme brisé (1980–1987)
  • Last Bastion of Dirigisme?

    A review of Public Science, Private Interests: Culture and Commerce in Canada’s Networks of Centres of Excellence, by Janet Atkinson-Grosjean
  • The Erosion of Public Goods

    A review of William A. Bogart’s Good Government? Good Citizens? Courts, Politics and Markets in a Changing Canada
  • Trudeau’s Great Leap

    A review of Hongse Zhongguo de Liangwei Tianzhenhan (Two Innocents in Red China), by Jacques Hébert and Pierre Elliott Trudeau, foreword by Alexandre Trudeau, translated by Yuan Xiaoyi and Xia Ling
  • Five-and-dime Queen

    A poem
  • Small

    A poem
  • The Careful Mourner, Modelling to Scale

  • Red Painting Shirt (Vaughn Neville)

    A poem

Cover art and pictures throughout the issue by Andrew Stevenson

Andrew Stevenson is a Toronto illustrator whose portfolio is available online at