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The Irish in Ontario: A Study in Rural History.
Hailed as one of the most important books on social sciences of the last fifty years by the Social Sciences Federation of Canada. Akenson argues that, despite the popular conception of the Irish as aExpand
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Ethnicity: Canadian Experience and Policy
provocative recent book on ethnic relations is Ethnicity: Theory and Experience, edited by Nathan Glazer and Daniel P. Moynihan (1975). The essays brought together in the book are concerned not withExpand
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The Urban Community and Changing Moral Standards
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Ethnic Relations and Ethnic Policies in Canadian Society
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II. The Rural Household
Prairie Progress: Consumer Co-operation in Saskatchewan by Jim F. C. Wright (review)
of science, and an even greater ignorance of the history of the Bible" (p. 29). Some readers may take exception to such remarks as "So all the fuss in the newspapers came from the statements of aExpand
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