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by Mark William; Barker Paul [Editors] Charlton
Author: Mark William; Barker Paul [Editors] Charlton
Publisher: Nelson College Indigenous (2002)
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X, 553 p. ; 23 cm. First ed. published under title: Crosscurrents 1. Includes bibliographical references. Pt. 1. Canadian Society and Political Structure. Is dualism still the essential element of Canada's political culture? Yes: Brian Mulroney, Dualism in Canada ; No: William Thorsell, Let Us Compare Mythologies - 2. Does multiculturalism weaken Canada? Yes: Reginald W. Bibby, Is Multiculturalism Tearing Us Apart? ; No: Augie Fleras, Multiculturalism as Society-Building: Doing What Is Necessary, Workable, and Fair - 3. Is western alienation justified?
This continues to be a stimulating collection of essays that teaches students to think critically, analyze major issues of the day, and engage discussion. Each issue is explored by two leading authorities, each one presenting an alternative view of the issue in a yes/no debate format.
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Issue 9-Is a Mixed-Member Proportional Electoral. System in Canada’s Interest? 19:49. 6. Justly accommodate all sectors of the national political community in. ways that encourage national unity. Plurality system doesn’t do this- MMP would reflect these values.
Cite this publication. Paul Nesbitt-Larking. Huron University College.
Crosscurrents: Contemporary Political Issues. 4th Ed. (Nelson, Scarborough, On. 2002. Shopping for Schools: The Future of Education in Ontario. in Mark Charlton and Paul Barker (ed. Crosscurrents: Contemporary Political Issues. 6th Ed. 2009. Not Knowing What You’ll Get. (Nelson, Scarborough, Ont.