History: Dr. Andrew Ross in the New York Times - Regarding the Queen
Posted on Thursday, December 12th, 2013
This week, History and Economics Post-Doctoral Researcher, Dr. J. Andrew Ross is featured on a New York Times panel investigating "Should Democracies Have Monarchs?" Dr. Ross weighs the pros and cons to explain how the monarchy works in Canada. Read the rest of the story at the New York Times.
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