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Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Armistice/Remembrance Day, 2010: Thinking about our Thanking, Spooking and Remembering

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In a world where our Western values, that heritage of Judeo-Christian ethics, bequeathed to us by generations of our ancestors and accepted by both the American and Canadian constitutions, are increasingly under attack, it is perhaps worthwhile to review the Holidays taking place in October and November.

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Howard Rotberg

Howard Rotberg is a Canadian lawyer who authored the novel, The Second Catastrophe: A Novel about a Book and its Author (Mantua Books- Canada only), and the book of essays, Second Generation Radical: The Struggle against the Second Holocaust. He also develops... (Read next)

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