November 29, 2011

Stephen Harper's Propaganda Machine

Lawrence Martin, Globe and Mail

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The blending of sport and the military, with the government as the marching band, is part of the new nationalism the Conservatives are trying to instill. It is another example of how the state, under Stephen Harper’s governance, is becoming all-intrusive.

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