Articles by Chantal K. Saucier

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That Which Is Learned vs. That Which Is Not

Lessons for concerned parents.

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6/28/2013

Ignore the State, Its Rules, and Its Minions

Chantal Saucier on unschooling your children.

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6/22/2013

Educationally, All That Children Need

Is freedom, says Chantal Saucier.

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6/11/2013

Common Valor 2 – Emergency Authorities 0 After Katrina, lessons not learned

Chantal Saucier on post-Katrina lessons not learned.

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10/1/2005

Acadia: Peaceful, Prosperous, Stateless

Chantal K. Saucier on the 250th anniversary of a British crime.

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7/29/2005

Why English?

The free market serves all, including linguistic minorities, voluntarily.

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5/16/2005

Bilingualism, Immigration, and Education The ‘Cultural War’ From a French Louisiana Perspective

Chantal K. Saucier on Cajunism and government.

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9/9/2003

The Louisiana Purchase

It may have set us on the road to empire.

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5/11/2002

When Genealogy Meets History

Chantal K. Saucier on genealogy, history, and immigration.

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1/16/2002

A Childhood Memory of War

Chantal K. Saucier remembers Benin.

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12/18/2001

An ‘Alien’ Patriot

Chantal K. Saucier loves America, despite the government.

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12/5/2001
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