Canadian Working Class History

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Laurel Sefton MacDowell, Ian Walter Radforth
Canadian Scholars' Press, 2000 - History - 763 pages
Canadian Working Class History: Selected Readings, is an updated version of the bestselling reader that brings together recent and classic scholarship on the history, politics, and social groups of the working class in Canada. Some of the changes readers will find in the new edition include better representation of women scholars and nine provocative and ground-breaking new articles on racism and human rights; women's equality; gender history, Quebec sovereignty; and the environment.

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Class Conflict on the Canals
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About the author (2000)

Laurel Sefton MacDowell teaches Canadian history in the Department of History, University of Toronto. She is a co-editor of Canadian Working Class History: Selected Readings, 2nd edition and Patterns of the Past: Re-interpreting Ontario's History, a past editor of the journal Ontario History, and the author of numerous articles.

Ian Radforth teaches in the history department at the University of Toronto.

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