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Carbon Copy

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

Back Issues

September 2010

Cover art and pictures throughout the issue by Eric Uhlich. Eric Uhlich has recently returned to Canada after living and travelling overseas for some years. He now calls Vancouver home. He has recently self-published a graphic novel, Green Skies, and spends the rest of his time drawing, riding his bicycle and making plans.

The Mystery of Cities

In a globalized world, urban success has no simple explanation.

Jeb Brugmann

Miscellany with a Mission

A critic deeply devoted to CanLit sets out to woo the general reader.

Charles Foran

A Classic Victorian Yarn

Stunning scenery, oily foreign tricksters and priceless archaeology

Donald Akenson

The Private Option

Who should own our hospitals, roads and schools?

Patrice Dutil

A Body in Uniform

Derring-do doesn’t get much more daring than this World War Two tale.

William Stevenson

Can Sociology Save Us?

His faith in reason unshaken, one academic argues yes.

Ana Siljak

Crammed with Crime

Narrow straits and human traits on one street in St. John’s.

Mark Anthony Jarman

From Manners to Manhood

A comic novel about the difference between being proper and being decent

Mark Abley

Balancing Act

The state, the markets, the future.

David Crane

Nature's Cathedral

Trees are a special gift, scientifically indispensable and spiritually profound.

Rorke Bryan

“Pursued by Devils or Tories”

An engrossing book on the origins of the insanity defence.

Larry Krotz

Resurrected Corpses

The inadequate treatment of surviving French Jews.

Robin Roger