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Canadian Intellectuals, the Tory Tradition, and the Challenge of Modernity, 1939-1970 Hardcover – December 1, 2001
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“Philip Massolin’s thoughtful and well-written study ... contribute[s] much to our understanding of the death of British Canada and to the motivations of those who fired the last cannon shots of resistance.”(John English University of Toronto Quarterly)
“Historians and students of Canadian history will find Canadian Intellectuals, the Tory Tradition, and the Challenge of Modernity, 1939–1970 an interesting read as it is eloquently written, rich in thick description, and impressively comprehensive in its sources.”(Helen Raptis History of Education Quarterly)
“Well argued, well worth reading, this is a lively book.”(Fred Jones British Journal of Canadian Studies)
“An impressive piece of scholarship ... Canadian Intellectuals makes a solid contribution to Canadian intellectual history.”(Ira Wagman American Review of Canadian Studies)
About the Author
Philip Massolin is Research Manager for Chinook Multimedia in Edmonton, Alberta.