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3 August 2019

9:00 AM

3 August 2019

9:00 AM

I’m a virtue-signaller and I’m OK

We have left Britain behind on this year-long sabbatical and are now in my native Canada for a month before I arrive in the US to teach at a law school for a semester. In many respects, such as their Westminster colonial and self-governing history, their size, the basis of their resource-based economies, the attempt by both to set up a federal system of government (not enervated by the judges in Canada as it has been, and still is, in Australia), and even having had James Cook play a role in each country being what...

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