The radical invents the views. When he has worn them out the conservative adopts them.
-Mark Twain's Notebook (1935)
I have a question for you, the reader.
When the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement or any other Inuit Land Claims in Canada, was created, is it done by radicals? Are these claims radical ideas and were they once?
And if these were radical views or if they still are, are they or about to wore out now?
and If they are worn out, have Inuit become conservatives and accepted the provisions and articles as dogma or as unquestionable rights and stagnant human right?
Have we put ourselves in our own cells and have given the key away to institutions?
Can you still get out?
Are these the times?