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The Lost Massey Lectures: Recovered Classics from Five Great Thinkers (CBC Massey Lecture) by Martin Luther King Jr.
More Lost Massey Lectures: Recovered Classics from Five Great Thinkers (CBC Massey Lecture) by Bernie Lucht
The rich nations and the poor nations by Barbara Ward1961
The Educated Imagination by Northrop Frye1962
The image of confederation by Frank H. Underhill1963
The Real World of Democracy by C. B. Macpherson1964
Like a conquered province; the moral ambiguity of America by Paul Goodman1966
A Call to Conscience: The Landmark Speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Martin Luther King, Jr.1967
The Politics of the Family by R. D. Laing1968
Time as History (Philosophy and Theology) by George Grant1969
Designing Freedom by Stafford Beer1973
Nostalgia for the Absolute by George Steiner1974
Myth and Meaning: Cracking the Code of Culture by Claude Lévi-Strauss1977
The inadvertent epic: From Uncle Tom's Cabin to Roots (Massey lecture series ; 17th) by Leslie Fiedler1978
Canadian Cities and Sovereignty Association by Jane Jacobs1979
Indefensible Weapons: The Political and Psychological Case Against Nuclearism by Robert Jay Lifton1982
Globalism and the Nation-State by Eric Kierans1983
Latin America: At War With the Past (Cbc Massey Lectures Series) by Carlos Fuentes1984
Prisons We Choose to Live Inside by Doris Lessing1985
Compassion and Solidarity: The Church for Others (Massey Lectures series) by Gregory Baum1987
Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies by Noam Chomsky1988
The Real World of Technology (CBC Massey Lectures series) by Ursula M. Franklin1989
Biology as Ideology: The Doctrine of DNA by Richard C. Lewontin1990
The Ethics of Authenticity by Charles Taylor1991
21st Century Capitalism by Robert Heilbroner1992
Democracy On Trial by Jean Bethke Elshtain1993
On the Eve of the Millennium by Conor Cruise O'Brien1994
The Unconscious Civilization by John Ralston Saul1995
The Elsewhere Community by Hugh Kenner1997
Becoming Human by Jean Vanier1998
The Triumph of Narrative: Storytelling in the Age of Mass Culture by Robert Fulford1999
The Rights Revolution (Massey Lectures series) by Michael Ignatieff2000
The Cult of Efficiency (CBC Massey Lecture) by Janice Stein2001
Beyond Fate (Massey Lectures) (CBC Massey Lecture) by Margaret Visser2002
The Truth About Stories: A Native Narrative by Thomas King2003
A Short History of Progress by Ronald Wright2004
Race Against Time: Searching for Hope in AIDS-Ravaged Africa (CBC Massey Lecture) by Stephen Lewis2005
The Ethical Imagination by Margaret Somerville2006
The City of Words (CBC Massey Lecture) by Alberto Manguel2007
Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth by Margaret Atwood2008
The Wayfinders: Why Ancient Wisdom Matters in the Modern World (CBC Massey Lecture) by Wade Davis2009
Player One: What Is to Become of Us: A Novel in Five Parts by Douglas Coupland2010
Winter: Five Windows on the Season by Adam Gopnik2011
The Universe Within by Neil Turok2012
Blood: The Stuff of Life (CBC Massey Lecture) by Lawrence Hill2013

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Annual series of lectures by a noted scholar, created in 1961 to honour Vincent Massey, Governor General of Canada. Sponsored by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, House of Anansi Press and Massey College.

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