Posted February 15, 2015 10:00 pm by Comments

By Johannes Paulsen


While in school, I took a class comparing Canadian and American law. The tutorial featured a webconference with a companion class in British Colombia, so we actually interacted with the Canadian students. The professor alternated his presence between the two classes. On the first day of class, the professor asked everyone what it meant to be a Canadian or an American (as the case may be). The American students hit on the themes you’d expect . . .

Freedom, liberty, rights, choices, justice…like that. The Canadian students hit on similar themes, but with the addition of a very distinct one: “not …read more

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