People from all sides of the political spectrum are so quick to calling out their opponents for deploying the rhetoric of identity politics, while often remaining blind to those features of their ideology that also perpetuate it.
People on all sides of the political spectrum partake in identity politics while at the same time denigrating use of such tactics by their opponents, writes Matt McManus. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
TORONTO—Just about everyone these days seems to have an opinion on identity politics, and it is almost universally negative.
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The special committee was created through a Conservative motion that was backed by the Liberals, Bloc, and NDP. Nearly half of the members of the committee are members of the International Trade Committee.