Not Quite Us : Anti-Catholic Thought in English Canada Since 1900.
- Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2019.
- McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Religion Ser.
McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Religion Ser. ; v.2.83
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- Electronic books.
- How anti-Catholicism reflected and constructed English Canadian identity in the twentieth century and why it remains important today.
Tables and Figures
Introduction Anti-Catholicism and Identity
1 Corrupting Democracy: French Canada, Immigration, and Anti-Catholicismin the "Progressive Era," 1900-1929
2 Fascism and "The Revenge of the Cradle": Anti-Catholicism and the Great Depression
3 Conscription and the "Omnicompetent State" : The Second World War and Anti-Catholicism
4 What It Means to Be (Truly) Canadian: Cold War Anti-Catholicism and the Transformation of Britishness in Canada, 1945-1965
5 Anti-Catholicism, 1970s-1990s : The Strange Survival of an Old Prejudice
Conclusion Not Quite Us?
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- Print version: Anderson, Kevin P. Not Quite Us
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