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Seeing Reds: The Red Scare of 1918-1919: Canadaa's First War on Terror
Hardcover - English

Seeing Reds tells the story of a turbulent period in Canadian history, when in 1918-19 the Canadian government, fearful in the wake of the Russian Revolution, tried to suppress radical political activity at home by branding legitimate labor leaders as Bolsheviks and Reds. Daniel Francis examines Canada's Red Scare in a global context, including government responses to similar activities in the United States and Europe, as well as its ramifications for the contemporary war on terror, in which issues of free speech and political dissent are similarly compromised in the name of national security.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
EAN
9781551523736
Publication Date
10/05/2011
Pages
280
Dimension
22.86cm x 15.75cm x 2.54cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Francis, Daniel
Daniel Francis worked for several years as a journalist, editor and researcher in Ottawa and Montreal before returning to live on the West Coast where he has con-tinued his career as one of the country's leading popular historians. He has written two dozen books, principally about Canadian history. Titles include "The Imaginary Indian: The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture" and "A Road For Canada: The IIlustrated Story of the Trans-Canada Highway". He was editorial director of the mammoth "Encylopedia of British Columbia", hailed on its appearance in 2000 as one of the most important boo




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