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Blogs by researchers associated with Canadian Social Democracy Study are posted on this page.

>> David McGrane: Since When is Running a Deficit Left-Wing?, August 2015

>> David McGrane: What Explains the Alberta NDP's Stunning Victory? It is just a Normal Prairie Province, May 2015

>> Graeme Truelove: Every Trick in the Book: Anatomy of a Procedural Victory in the House of Commons, October 2014

>> Nazeer Patel: Rethinking the ‘Canadian’ in Canadian Social Democracy: Does Nationalism Undermine Social Justice?, September 2014

>> Charles Smith: The Neoliberalization of the Ontario NDP, The Limits of Social Democracy in the Current Era, June 2014

>> David McGrane: Is the Ontario NDP really more Right-Wing than the Liberals?, May 2014

>> Simon J. Kiss and Peter Graefe: Populism and Social Democracy: Threat, Tactic, or Political Philosophy, April 2014

>> Rob Nagai: The NDP Needs a New Attitude Towards Fundraising, April 2014

>> Graeme Truelove: Svend Robinson, Image Politics at its Best, February 2014

>> David McGrane: Is Political Marketing Bad for Canadian Democracy? Susan Delcourt versus Brad Lavigne, December 2013

>> David DesBaillets: NDP Announcement of New Quebec Wing Fraught with Challenges, November 2013

>> Mitchell Anderson: Canada’s NDP’s New Preamble Embraces a Diversity of Ways to Pursue the Common Good, October 2013

>> Christo Aivalis: NDP’s new preamble is just warmed over liberalism, October 2013

 

 

 

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