Month: August 2009

Australian Secessionisms

By: | Post date: August 6, 2009 | Comments: 4 Comments
Posted in categories: Personal
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Léo Langlois reasonably asks why on earth I’m obsessing about Quebec (and now Acadia). That’s still a future post, though I’ve dropped hints already in comments. John Cowan reasonably asks why I’m defending federalism, and have I not had dark thoughts of seceding from the Commonwealth of Australia, like New Yorkers had of joining the […]

Further on Acadia: Duelling “I am Canadian”s

By: | Post date: August 5, 2009 | Comments: 4 Comments
Posted in categories: Countries

My confused researches on Acadia have continued, and this is what I further report back. I remember a decade back that Joe Canadian rant ad campaign from Molson, which turned into a surprising assertion of Canadian nationalism, though it was mostly an assertion of what Canada was not (i.e. the U.S.):It’s a cool ad, which […]

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