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American Slaves Emancipated Themselves
TO MANY AMERICANS, THE END OF SLAVERY is synonymous with Abraham Lincoln, who signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863. But that’s hardly the whole story. And it discounts the agency of thousands of slaves who voted with their feet for freedom.
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Canada Sets the Trend on Climate
A national carbon tax may be too low to reach the country’s Paris targets, but it’s a good start
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Over the past three decades, more than 1,000 indigenous women have gone missing or have been murdered in Canada. The violence hasn’t stopped. Neither have the female activists demanding justice.
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Canadian stocks have lagged U.S. equities for five years. But strong banks, a gradual oil rebound, and—yes—Donald Trump are making the country look attractive to investors again.