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Quebec After Catholicism

From the June/July 1999 Print Edition

In July 1997 Quebec City unveiled a bronze statue of Charles de Gaulle outside its walls. Though the $150,000 price tag might have seemed exorbitant to Canadians whose cash-strapped governments have in recent years been compelled to cut social services, for Quebecois sovereigntists it was a small . . . . Continue Reading »

The Jogger’s Wave

From the March 1998 Print Edition

Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased,” says the author of the Book of Daniel, and well does he describe late-twentieth-century North America. For not only are we in the midst of an ongoing explosion and expansion of knowledge (so-called), but more people than ever have . . . . Continue Reading »