• C2C Journal has just released its latest issue: The Last Front Page – The future of journalism and democracy in the post-print world. Please download the Issue PDF here.

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  • The rapidly shrinking newspaper business raises all kinds of questions. What will we wrap fish guts in? How will we light backyard fires? And where will we get reasonably accurate and important stories about what’s going on in our community, our country, and the world? The internet? Where global editor-bots decide what’s news? Where politicians can lie with impunity? Where fake news outsells real news? The short answer is yes. The longer and more encouraging answer is in the Spring edition of C2C Journal, which launches today with editor Paul Bunner’s lead editorial and career newspaperman Paul Stanway’s lament for the ink-stained wretches of yesterday’s news.

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  • C2C Journal has just released its latest issue: The New Campus Rebels – The University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson. Please download the Issue PDF here.

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  • Trigger warning: the Winter 2016 edition of C2C Journal contains ideas and opinions that are not tolerated on many university campuses today. Some of them may offend human rights codes, refuse to acknowledge identities, and even question “settled science”. But if you believe provocation in defence of free expression is no vice then take heart, you are not alone, as you will discover in a collection of essays and articles about the rising backlash against politically correct tyranny, on campus and elsewhere, starting with Paul Bunner’s lead editorial, Jason VandenBeukel’s profile of University of Toronto counterrevolutionary Jordan Peterson, and Jason Tucker’s exclusive interview with Peterson.

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  • C2C Journal has just released its latest issue: The Art of Conservatism. Please download the Issue PDF here.

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  • Some progressives would argue that “art of conservatism” is an oxymoron. That would be typically dismissive of a rich history of conservative ideals expressed through art. But it would ring true of contemporary conservatism, which is reflexively hostile to modern art and artists. The fall edition of C2C Journal seeks to challenge this self-defeating assumption in a collection of stories and essays about art, artists and arts policy, starting today with editor Paul Bunner’s introductory editorial and Brigitte Pellerin’s compelling argument for supporting conservative art.

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  • C2C Journal has just released its latest issue: Democracy in America. Please download the Issue PDF here.

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  • The 2016 U.S. presidential campaign is an unrivalled spectacle of political entertainment that is by turns fascinating, repulsive, and worrying. As the primaries wind down and the main event begins, C2C Journal launches its Summer Edition on the theme of Democracy in America. The title, borrowed from the famous 1835 book by French political philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville, heralds the overarching theme of ten essays we will publish over the course of June, starting with Trevor Shelley’s examination of Tocqueville’s remarkably prescient hopes and fears for the country that became the world’s strongest defender of democracy but is now making a mockery of it.

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