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Social Science Native American Studies

Comeback, The

by (author) John Ralston Saul

Penguin Group Canada
Initial publish date
Oct 2014
Native American Studies, Native American, General
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    Oct 2014
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John Ralston Saul is one of Canada’s leading social and political commentators. He is the author of numerous books on philosophy and contemporary politics, including Voltaire’s Bastards, Reflections Of A Siamese Twin, and most recently The Collapse of Globalism. Saul was the Massey lecturer in 1995, and won the 1996 Governor General’s Award for nonfiction for The Unconscious Civilization, based on those lectures. He is the former president of PEN Canada and the creator of the acclaimed LaFontaine Baldwin Lecture series. A regular speaker and panelist across Canada and internationally, John Ralston Saul currently lives in Toronto.

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The Comeback

Awesomely useful for understanding the reality of Canada today! I'm only at chapter 15 and have one question: Why does Saul use "Mussolinian corporatism" and not use the word 'Fascism' or explain the connection there two words have? Perhaps he will later in the book!

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