Author: James Pearson

The Upper Canada Rising of 1837

Written by William Raffle. Edited by Emma Ward. A dip in the economy, a huge influx of immigrants and positions of power held by a clique with business ties; these were the circumstances faced by Upper Canada during the 1830’s.…

Britain’s Warrior Queen: Is Boudicca’s Adoration deserved?

Written by Nathaniel Robinson. Edited by Emma ward. In the single minded-pursuit of vengeance, the warrior queen of the Iceni massacred thousands and led an insurrection which almost caused the Roman Empire to abandon Britannia. This attempted liberation is celebrated…

A Marxist Interpretation of the American Revolution

Written by Freddie Mitchell. Edited by Nathaniel Robinson. It is perhaps ironic to read the American Revolution of 1765-1783 as a Marxist one. The vehemence American governments of the 20th century and beyond would hold for the teachings and theories…