Smith-Windsor, Meagan
December 2010
Alberta Views;Dec2010, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p40
The article focuses on the transformation of pain suffered by local activists in Alberta. The author notes the development of activism parallel to traditional political system based on provoking responses. She points out that there are many places which are more empirically damaged than in the province. She contends that the effect of its damage relies on ones worldview.


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