Resistance is Fruitful: Coalition-Building in Ontario
AbstractIt has been two and a half years since Ontario's neoconservative government came into power—two and a half years of unprecedented attacks on public services, public education, and our most disadvantaged citizens. They call it the "Common Sense Revolution"; the slick populist packaging barely conceals the south-of-the-border origin of their policies as well as their rhetoric.
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