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The Neo-Medieval Constitution: Part 2

In this insallment, Brett G. Fawcett explores the concept of a constitution and how it has been implemented at various times.

The Neo-Medieval Constitution: Part 1

Editor's Note: The series this article is part of was originally submitted as one academic paper. Due to its length we divided it up into several parts which will be posted in installments. Additionally we have not included the original footnotes . We will include the whole original piece with footnotes

Is Canada Dead?

It is necessary to take a serious look at the state of the Canadian nation, and her relationship with the post national state that governs her.

Violence and Political Action

How can revolution be achieved if your political representatives keep getting co-opted by the establishment? Georges Sorel believed the answer was violence.

An Era of Change

John Diefenbaker's time in office presided over a transitory period in Canadian identity, as the country struggled between two great powers.

Canada’s Future is Radical Decentralization

Mark Hecht suggests that globalization is contingent on technology and social cohesion, a balance that is upended by decline, chaos, and authoritarianism. People's needs become local as greater political structures subside—God is high above and the Tsar is far away.

What’s Left to Conserve

Time seems to be going by faster than ever before. The pre-pandemic world feels like a lifetime ago, and the hectic chaos of 2016 is an increasingly distant memory. Technology has shrunk distance and a month spans an eon, leaving each of us lost in the morass of the everyday
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