Alternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research is pleased to announce the publication of Great Recession-Proof? Shattering the Myth of Canadian Exceptionalism.
Since 1977 Alternate Routes has depended on a small group of volunteers to manage, produce and advertise various AR related initiatives such as our journal, conferences and, today, our online videos. While we do our best to make a wide variety of AR materials freely available online, such as past issues and video presentations, website maintenance, editing, layout and conference costs form a significant part of our operating budget. We would, therefore, greatly appreciate if you would consider purchasing a print or electronic copy of Alternate Routes. Your support ensures AR's progressive publishing mandate can continue to be fulfilled. If you haven’t done so already we would also like to encourage you to suggest to your local librarian purchasing a print copy of AR.
All previously published issues are now freely available online (see our Archives) and include works from: Wallace Clement, Michael Burawoy, Leo Panitch, John Porter, Pat and Hugh Armstrong, Eileen Saunders, Gillian Creese, Daniel Glenday, Sut Jhally, Greg Albo, Richard D. Wolff, Michael Perelman, Hugo Radice, Dave Broad, Ingo Schmidt, Minqi Li, Michael Parenti, Noam Chomsky and many others.
Alternate Routes is published by Red Quill Books. And is available for purchase from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other retailers. We also have an electronic version of AR 2013 available for purchase HERE.
We thank you for your continued support!
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