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    Tuition for America

    "Commerce is a perpetual and peaceable war of wit and energy among the nations" wrote the 17th-century French statesman Jean Baptiste Colbert. He likened his Grandes Compagnies, state chartered trading companies, to "armies" attacking the...

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    Not Communism But Feminism

    News of strange doings up north has begun to travel south of the border. Last year, a University of Toronto mathematics professor was convicted of "sexual harassment" for allegedly staring at a part-time female student in the university pool.

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    Death in Disguise

    The 1950's were the high point of D.H. Lawrence's critical reputation. In those days university English professors were keen teachers of Lawrence's message of "life" and emotional honesty, and he was a popular subject for undergraduate theses.

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