September 24, 2012

National

The fights of his life

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The not-so-pretty life of ballerinas

International

MOMMY WARS

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National

The fights of his life

He helped raise his nine siblings. He rose through the ruthless world of Quebec politics. How Thomas Mulcair became Stephen Harper’s toughest opponent yet.
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The not-so-pretty life of ballerinas

Plus, how oil rules us, the woman who mapped the ocean floor, stories from Junot Diaz about lovers, of geology and Christianity’s close ties, and teacher Tony Danza
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International

MOMMY WARS

To win the ‘mom-off’ against Ann Romney, Michelle Obama works the mom-in-chief role
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National

Trudeau’s big leap

Just as today, the Liberals of the late ’60s needed a messiah
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Letters

University may be a time of intellectual and personal growth, but it ain’t easy. As “The broken generation” (Society, Sept, 10) indicates, the majority of students experience periods of sadness, loneliness, anxiety and exhaustion.
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Interview

On women avoiding men, men becoming childish and other consequences of female power

HANNA ROSIN, an award-winning American journalist, began investigating the developed world’s new socio-economic order in 2009, after the Great Recession hit the U.S. and the year female employment began to outstrip that of men. Rosin gathered the various strands of profound change—women dominating higher education and the fastest-growing economic sectors, the destruction of traditional middle-class marriage, and even women’s increasing aggression and violence—into her new book, The End of Men and the Rise of Women.
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This week

Newsmakers

Blake and Ryan get hitched, Philip Roth takes on Wikipedia, and pro football tackles gay marriage
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Affleck rewrites history

Argo shifts the spotlight from Ken Taylor, our man in Tehran, to CIA spy Tony Mendez
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Business

Control-alt-reboot

Why Microsoft is betting its future on a radical new version of Windows that will either launch it into the mobile age or leave users scratching their heads
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National

OUT OF THE SHADOWS

Revealing the links between Tehran and a Carleton University student club
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