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WILL FERGUSON The Sudbury Syndrome    275

Sudbury as a tourist destination? In “The Sudbury Syndrome,” an excerpt from his book Why I Hate Canadians, Will Ferguson takes a humorous look at the changing faces of many Canadian communities.

GLORIA STEINEM The Politics of Muscle   284

Feminist Gloria Steinem examines the muscle-bound world of women’s bodybuilding and discovers that strength means sexual power.

MICHAEL McKINLEY Opera Night in Canada    293

According to Michael McKinley, hockey and opera may have a lot more in common than you realize.

EVAN SOLOMON The Babar Factor    299

How do video games measure up against more traditional forms of entertainment and education for children? In this essay Evan Solomon compares Super Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog to Babar, hero of traditional children’s stories, and finds that the elephant king reigns supreme.

NEIL BISSOONDATH Religious Faith Versus Spirituality    306

On the cusp of a new millennium, Neil Bissoondath reflects on the nature of spirituality as opposed to religious faith and finds his preference to be outside the structures of traditional religions.

CHAPTER 7

DEFINITION: Limiting the Frame of Reference    311

Defining Definition    311

Thinking Critically by Using Definition    312

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