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The Ku Klux Klan in 1920s Saskatchewan239Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
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This book also is written to appeal to readers of all types with an interest in Canadian history.
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A book on the Ku Klux Klan in Canada is long overdue. This very important work adds immensely to the field and deserves a wide audience. James Pitsula has successfully added to a growing corpus of work that provides evidence of the thoroughly racial nature and orientation of the Canadian state from its founding to the present day. - Barrington Walker, Department of History, Queen's University "Keeping Canada British" is a welcome addition to the literature on the Ku Klux Klan in Saskatchewan and on the larger question of a multicultural western Canada in the first third of the twentieth century. Based on an impressive amount of research and written in clear and engaging prose, this work presents an in-depth assessment of the Klan from several key perspectives. - Bill Waiser, Professor of History and A.S. Morton Distinguished Research Chair, University of Saskatchewan
James M. Pitsula is a professor of history at the University of Regina.
Introduction 1 The Ku Klux Klan Comes to Saskatchewan 2 Jimmy Gardiner Attacks the Klan 3 The Battle Rages 4 The Klan Rampant 5 Race and Immigration 6 Anti-Catholicism 7 The Threat of Moral Disorder 8 Rage against the Machine Epilogue Notes; Bibliography; Index