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A Vote for Nonpartisan Parties

Preventing political battles, plus saying "excuse me" and spotting a dangerous liaison.

Miss Conduct
(Illustration / Nathalie Dion) Illustration / Nathalie Dion
By Miss Conduct
March 16, 2008

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My mother and I are organizing a wedding shower for my sister. My aunt (mother's sister) has offered to host the event, allowing us a large entertaining space and kitchen. But my aunt and her family are vocal members of political party X, whereas the rest of the family, my sister, and likely her guests are proponents of political party ... (Full article: 917 words)

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