#HairGate: What Really Happened
#HairGate: What Really Happened
How the National Post Censored Canada's most Famous Writer

Margaret Atwood’s opinion piece may well have been a “flighty little caper on hair,” as she described it, but what happened next is no flimsy matter. The incident raises some crucial questions:

*Do the National Post’s editorial staff have the independence and authority to publish what they want, or don’t they?

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