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  • Harperism: How Stephen Harper and His Think Tank Colleagues Have Transformed Canada | Donald Gutstein

    Harperism: How Stephen Harper and His Think Tank Colleagues Have Transformed Canada

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Donald Gutstein
    • Narrated By David Skulski
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    As Donald Gutstein shows, Harper has successfully used a strategy of incremental change coupled with denial of the underlying neo-liberal analysis that explains these hard-to-understand measures. The success of Harperism is no accident. Donald Gutstein documents the links between the politicians, think tanks, journalists, academics, and researchers who nurture and promote each other's neo-liberal ideas.

  • Think like a Commoner: A Short Introduction to the Life of the Commons | David Bollier

    Think like a Commoner: A Short Introduction to the Life of the Commons

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 1 min)
    • By David Bollier
    • Narrated By David Skulski
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    The biggest “tragedy of the commons” is the misconception that commons are failures - relics from another era rendered unnecessary by the market and state. Think Like a Commoner dispels such prejudices by explaining the rich history and promising future of the commons - an ageless paradigm of cooperation and fairness that is re-making our world.

  • The Art of Social Enterprise: Business as if People Mattered | Carl Frankel,Allen Bromberger

    The Art of Social Enterprise: Business as if People Mattered

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 27 mins)
    • By Carl Frankel, Allen Bromberger
    • Narrated By David Skulski
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    Aimed at emerging as well as established social entrepreneurs, for-profit leaders who want to introduce an element of social responsibility into their companies, and nonprofit organizations who want to increase their stability by generating income, The Art of Social Enterprise is the definitive guide to doing well while doing good.

  • Peter Pan | James M. Barrie

    Peter Pan

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    • By James M. Barrie
    • Narrated By David Skulski
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    J. M. Barrie's classic tale. Come to Neverland for an unforgettable adventure with Peter, Wendy, the lost boys, mermaids, Indians, fairies, and pirates! All brilliantly voiced by David Skulski.

  • Perfect Man | Troy Wilson

    Perfect Man

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    • By Troy Wilson
    • Narrated By David Skulski
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    Michael Maxwell McCallum lives in a world just like ours, but peopled by superheroes. When Michael's hero, Perfect Man, quits his job without warning, Michael isn't worried. He knows that Perfect Man will come back. He always does. So that September, when a new teacher shows up in his classroom, a teacher with a number of special powers, Michael figures it out right away. Mr. Clark is Perfect Man.

  • Kill the Messengers: Stephen Harper's Assault on Your Right to Know | Mark Bourrie

    Kill the Messengers: Stephen Harper's Assault on Your Right to Know

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Mark Bourrie
    • Narrated By David Skulski
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    In Kill the Messengers: Stephen Harper's Assault on Your Right to Know, Mark Bourrie exposes how trends have conspired to simultaneously silence the Canadian media and elect an anti-intellectual government determined to conduct business in private. Drawing evidence from multiple cases and examples, Bourrie demonstrates how budget cuts have been used to suppress the collection of facts that embarrass the government's position or undermine its ideologically based decision making.

  • Poor Matza: Selected stories of Avrom Reisen translated from the Yiddish by Harvey Fink | Avrom Reisen,Harvey Fink (translator)

    Poor Matza: Selected stories of Avrom Reisen translated from the Yiddish by Harvey Fink

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    • By Avrom Reisen, Harvey Fink (translator)
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    Avrom Reisen (1876-1953) was an acclaimed and prolific Yiddish poet and short story writer for the American Yiddish dailies. This is a superb translation by Harvey Fink of some of Reisen's best short stories. At the time of Reisen's death, the Jewish Spectator wrote: "There are many Yiddish writers who owe their success to Reisen's encouragement. For years he published and edited, under great sacrifices, Yiddish journals with the primary aim of providing a platform for young, struggling writers....

  • Keeping Our Cool: Canada in a Warming World | Andrew Weaver

    Keeping Our Cool: Canada in a Warming World

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    • By Andrew Weaver
    • Narrated By David Skulski
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    Monster wildfires in Australia, January golfers in PEI, ruined fruit crops in California, snowless ski runs in Switzerland, starving polar bears in the North, devastated trees in Stanley Park. Climate change is no longer a vague threat. The climate change we are in store for over the next few centuries will be larger and occur faster than at any time in the last 10,000 years. Brilliantly researched, Keeping Our Cool is a comprehensive and engaging examination and explanation of global warming, with a specific emphasis on climate change in Canada.

  • A Sack Full of Feathers | Debby Waldman

    A Sack Full of Feathers

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    • By Debby Waldman
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    Yankel loves to tell stories, as long as they are someone else's. He does not see the hurt that his stories cause, the way they spread and change. Then the rabbi hands him a bag of feathers and tells him to place one on every doorstep in the village. Yankel is changed by what happens and finds himself with his best story yet, one of his very own.

  • Uncle Wally's Old Brown Shoe | Wallace Edwards

    Uncle Wally's Old Brown Shoe

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    • By Wallace Edwards
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    Uncle Wally's Old Brown Shoe, inspired by the familiar nursery rhyme "The House That Jack Built", follows the course of one very unusual shoe as it travels through a fascinating, imaginative world to encounter an assortment of quirky characters. The inventive story is sure to enthrall young listeners.

  • Can Hens Give Milk? | Joan Betty Stuchner

    Can Hens Give Milk?

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    • By Joan Betty Stuchner
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    Tova lives with her family on a small farm in the famous town of Chelm, a mythical village populated, according to Jewish folklore, by fools. Tova's farm has hens and even a rooster, but no cow. Her mother, Rivka, wishes they could afford to buy a cow, so they could have fresh milk and butter every day. Tova's father asks her to help him find a way to get milk from their hens, and the results are hilarious. Finally, to the family's joy and the hens' relief, the problem is solved by the wise Rabbi of Chelm himself, and a little extra help from Tova.

  • That is How it Is: Stories | Moishe Nadir,Harvey Fink (translator)

    That is How it Is: Stories

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Moishe Nadir, Harvey Fink (translator)
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    That is How it Is - another impressive translation by Harvey Fink - offers more than fifty examples of the short pieces Moishe Nadir wrote, stories concerned, almost entirely, with America - "a land where people do not go for strolls, where no one drinks wine." Perhaps New York City's greatest Yiddish writer, Moishe Nadir, was born Yitzchak Rayz in 1885 in Narayev, a village in eastern Galicia, then part of Austro-Hungary. Arriving in America in 1898, he published poetry, prose, and drama under a number of pseudonyms, finally settling on Moishe Nadir.

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