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Citation: Pinto, L. E. (2013). Race, inequality and fear of the "Other" in Common Sense Revolution reforms. Critical Education, 4(2). Retrieved [date] from Abstract During the 1990s, Ontario experienced significant social policy reform under the Progressive-Conservative government's controversial, but straightforward, platform called the Common Sense Revolution (CSR), promising to solve Ontario's economic problems with lower taxes, smaller government and pro-business policies intended to createfatcat:gnlxeuryvfddbl7avbhg7tpbsy