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In equal balance justly weighed

Slouching toward Democracy

Where have all the wise men gone?

By Populist Demand

When urban and rural voters went separate ways

Andrew Allentuck

Andrew Allentuck is the author of Bonds for Canadians (John Wiley, 2006).

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Andrew Allentuck

Living on Corporate Welfare

Will Bombardier's pipeline to government funding end any time soon? October 2004
When an aircraft manufacturer crashes, the rubble is the stuff of agony. John Diefenbaker’s destruction of the Avro Arrow is a legend of what might have been and more evidence, if it were needed, that eastern money has never given the west a chance. Today, the tables are turned, for in the crash of the stock market value of airplane and train maker Bombardier…

No Financial Cachet

Why are Canadians so unwilling to compete for the big pie of world trade? June 2007
Business books are a sorry lot of flavour-of-the-month ideas and bromides, but this sermon on trade stands out for its freshness, familiarity with relevant facts and passion. In Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson: Rescuing Canadian Business from the Suds of Global Obscurity, Andrea Mandel-Campbell, a former business reporter in Latin America, blends economics and evangelism to produce what should be a blockbuster on Canada’s role in global…