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The problems with Canadian nationalism

The emergence of nationalist populist movements across the globe-what I have called the rise of post-modern conservatism elsewhere-has been met with claims by major intellectuals that liberalism has “failed” and needs to be replaced by other political forms such as “conservative democracy.”

The problems with Canadian nationalism
Matt McManus Montreal, QC

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