Corpus ID: 152449056

"This typical old Canadian form of racial and religious hate": Anti-Catholicism and English Canadian Nationalism, 1905-1965

@inproceedings{Anderson2013ThisTO,
  title={"This typical old Canadian form of racial and religious hate": Anti-Catholicism and English Canadian Nationalism, 1905-1965},
  author={Kevin Anderson},
  year={2013}
}
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