Some of our policies have become so ingrained as to become part of political culture. An outsider's view of our political culture can force us to reflect on practices we might not otherwise have consciously considered. The two pieces in this section fall into that category of comparison. After spending long periods of time as journalists-in-residence in the opposite country, Lars von Trne and Andrew Cohen offer outsiders' perspectives on, respectively, the Canadian policy of multiculturalism and the German habit of memoriali s atio ? .
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