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The road back from serfdom

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The annual budget of all the private sector groups in Canada that advocate for the traditional values and fundamental freedoms of Western civilization is about $40 million. That’s a pittance compared to the billions spent by governments and their allies in the media, academe, and activist communities to advance modernist progressive causes. No political party will challenge these vested interests until there is a much bigger constituency for freedom in Canada. And that won’t happen, writes John Carpay, unless Canadians give much more to pro-liberty advocacy groups.

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