Free speech in Canada: The purge of the shock jocks - The Economist

Free speech in Canada: The purge of the shock jocks

Free speech in Canada: The purge of the shock jocks - The Economist
Free speech in Canada: The purge of the shock jocks
Published Aug 07, 2004
542 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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But even Canadians will march for the right to be politically incorrect THE city of Quebec has a reputation as a placid provincial capital where almost everyone retires early so as to be at their government jobs by 8am. But it has a...

  
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