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Eight Men Speak: And Other Plays from the Canadian Workers' Theatre
Wright, Richard; Endres, Robin
Eight plays presented by the Canadian Worker's Theatre in the 1930s.
Paul Goodman: Writing on the Web
Writings of the social critic Paul Goodman.
Traces of Magma: An Annotated Bibliography of Left Literature
An annotated bibliography of left wing novels which deal with the lives of working people during the twentieth century.
Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals
Whatever the subject, Goodman asks: What blocks and limits human freedom, joy, and creativity? What tends to release, free, liberate? In criticizing society and life his purpose is to improve. Goodman...
Working for Peace: A Handbook of Practical Psychology and Other Tools
Wollman, Neil (ed.)
A survey of the attitudes and tools that can be used in working for peace.
Connexions Directory of Groups & Websites
The union representing Canada's 21,500 performers, writers and broadcast journalists. Concerned about free trade, cultural sovereignty, censorship, public broadcasting, copyright, Canadian film.
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The Cambridge Companion to Canadian Literature
Broad surveys of fiction, drama, and poetry, Aboriginal writings, Francophone writings, autobiography, literary criticism, writing by women, urban writing, nature writing, travel writing, and short fi...
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Fame & Fortune Online
Comprehensive listing of awards available to Canadian journalists.