Ontario Since Confederation: A Reader
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Edited by Edgar-André Montigny and Lori Chambers.
Published by University of Toronto Press, 2000.
|Ontario Since Confederation: A Reader is a collection of
essays intended to introduce the reader to new areas of debate and new
methodologies in Ontario history. Contributors address the paradoxical
relationship between provincial and national history.
The articles range widely over the political, economic, and social history of the province, encompassing both traditional and newly emerging topics. The variety of topics and approaches represented in this collection attests to the diversity of Ontario and the rich social fabric of its history. Some essays explore the influence of the federal government on the province in areas such as pollution management, native rights, and welfare. Other chapters discuss issues of interracial relationships, the family, and unwed motherhood.
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