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The Economics of articling, our Titanic

Apart from all the stale metaphors about deck chairs etc. … (la version française suit) A historical significance of the fatal 1912 maiden voyage of the Titanic was its foreboding of an end of a European social order already seeking a rescue from the New World. When it sank, there were not enough lifeboats. Aristocrats and steerage passengers alike perished, as a result. Had they survived, White Star Line would simply have built another and implemented better iceberg detection. The shortage of lifeboats was a matter of choice. So, too, is the decision the Bar of Ontario has to make…