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The Social Origins of the Welfare State: Quebec Families, Compulsory Education, and Family Allowances, 1940-1955 (Studies in Childhood and Family in Canada) Paperback – October 2, 2006
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Dominique Marshall is a professor in the Department of History at Carleton University. She is widely published in the areas of social policy, the history of the family, and the international history of childrens rights and humanitarian aid. In 1999, Aux origines sociales de l´Etat-providence received honourable mention for the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize for best book in Canadian history and won the 199899 Prix Jean-Charles-Falardeau for the best French-language book in the social sciences.
Nicola Doone Danby teaches translation at McGill University, English at Collège Brébeuf, and is a freelance translator, editor, and writer. She pioneered the ACP Salon du Livre Bilingual Rights Program, and is an active member of the Literary Translators Association of Canada.