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ACADIAPOLS 2783Jerome KlassenWinter

POLS 2783 Lecture Notes - Identitarian Movement, Nsc-68, Free Trade

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Cutting back social programs- working class fighting back. Neoliberal development policies- free market policies- lots of economic growth but polarizat
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ACADIAPOLS 1006Paul HamiltonWinter

POLS 1006 Lecture 6: poli 1f90 seminar march 23-27

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Canadian response bulletin of the atomic scientists 2012 68(4) pp. Climate change and food security current history jan. 2013 pp. Finally, canada is fa
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ACADIAPOLS 1303Andrew BiroFall

POLS 1303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Human Capital

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Pols 1303 lecture notes november 22nd (cid:862)ca(cid:374)ada has a (cid:271)asi(cid:272)ally free (cid:373)arket, (cid:272)apitalist e(cid:272)o(cid:3
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ACADIAPOLS 1303Andrew BiroFall

POLS 1303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: De Jure, Limited Government

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Tsilhqot(cid:859)i(cid:374) nation vs british columbia (2014): seems to be a widening of the scope of aboriginal sovereignty. The court decided that go
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ACADIAPOLS 1303Andrew BiroFall

POLS 1303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Ultimate Power, Social Reproduction

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The state is an institution with a monopoly on the legitimate use of violence in a given territory. All states rule (sustain themselves) through coerci
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ACADIAPOLS 1303Andrew BiroFall

POLS 1303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Fixed Investment, Bir Tawil, This Tv

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The idea of the state is really connected to territory. The po(cid:449)er of the state e(cid:454)te(cid:374)ds up u(cid:374)til a (cid:272)ertai(cid:37
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ACADIAPOLS 1303Andrew BiroFall

POLS 1303 Lecture 15: POLS 1303 Lecture Notes November 20th

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Politics, culture, and economics are all connected and overlapping. Economics is about the distribution of goods in society (who gets what) Political e
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ACADIAPOLS 1303Andrew BiroFall

POLS 1303 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Imagined Communities

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Pols 1303 lecture notes nov. 17th 2017. States, collective identities: changes are always happening in those processes. Always talking about things tha
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ACADIAPOLS 1303Andrew BiroFall

POLS 1303 Lecture 10: POLS 1303 Lecture Notes Nov. 8th

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ACADIAPOLS 2003giladyFall

POLS 2003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Distinct Society, Canadian Identity, Liberal Democracy

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We start with a review of the fundamental values underlying the. Canadian political system, summed up in the phrase political culture . Sets boundaries
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ACADIAPOLS 2003giladyFall

POLS 2003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Liberal Democracy, List Of Civilisations In The Culture Series, Peace Symbols

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(1) ministers should be accountable to the house o parliament, however the past 20 years it has become a issue as to whether they truly are held accoun
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ACADIAPOLS 2003giladyFall

POLS 2003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Canada Act 1982, United States Constitution, Responsible Government

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Historically, the electoral base of most federal government in ottawa has been central canada . From the beginning of the 20th century till 2006, canad
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