With the federal election underway, what better time to revisit Stephen Leacock's timeless and hilarious analysis of elections in Canada.
This issue of The PLEA builds understandings about nuclear weapons and the international laws used to control them.
Where did vaccines come from? How did they help free us from so many diseases? And what role has the law played in their development and use?
Ideal for most any reader, Revolution is specifically designed to fulfill several requirements across Saskatchewan’s social science curricula. It will also be of particular interest to people curious about laws, social change, and ideology.
This issue of The PLEA is an uncanny approach to examining the purposes of law, demonstrating how the law applies to the bathroom.
Who was Niccolò Machiavelli? What drove his unorthodox thoughts? And why are his works still relevant today?
This issue of The PLEA explores how Nazis used satire to gain public support for their changes to German laws and social systems.