May 4, 2012

Making Canada's Past a Slave to Power

Jeffrey Simpson, Globe and Mail

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Citizens can be almost certain that, when governments use public money to write history, the result will be a deformed version of the past. So it has proved to be with the Harper government, with more rewriting to come.

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