Philip Kienholz
"Richard Sanders' new work in the Spring 2016 issue of Press for Conversion! exposes and dispels the lies that throughout Canada's history justified its wrongdoing. As Sanders shows, these lies, sometimes called 'myths,' hold our minds captive, preventing accurate perception of the conditions of our existence that follow from history.

"To strip away this veil of lies exposes the frailty of the heroes of our immaturity. Not easy work this, either in the writing or reading, but essential in order to understand Canada, and to restore honour to the legacy we leave for coming generations.

"The impressive compilations of historical research and the insightful writing make this a foundational document for the praiseworthy task."
Philip Kienholz immigrated from Minnesota to Manitoba resisting the Vietnam war. He received a B. Arch from the University of Manitoba in 1970 and worked as an architect for over 30 years. He now resides in Peterborough, Ontario, and is pursuing his passions for poetry and permaculture. Philip's book of poems, Display, will be published in fall 2016.

The above quotation is from a collection of subscriber's comments about issue #68 of Press for Conversion!
(the magazine of the Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade.

This issue is called 

Captive Canada:
Renditions of the Peaceable Kingdom at War,
from Narratives of WWI and the Red Scare
to the Mass Internment
of Civilians

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