Legacies of Fear: Law and Politics in Quebec in the Era of the French Revolution

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Author/collaborator
Title
Legacies of Fear: Law and Politics in Quebec in the Era of the French Revolution
Abstract
The author argues that English-speaking Lower Canadians at the turn of the nineteenth century developed a psychological “garrison mentality” under the mistaken belief that, given the chance, French-speaking Lower Canadians would join with Napoleonic forces to rid British North America of the English.
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Published for The Osgoode Society by the University of Toronto Press
Date
1993
Language
en
Citation
Greenwood, F. Murray. Legacies of Fear: Law and Politics in Quebec in the Era of the French Revolution. Toronto, ON: Published for The Osgoode Society by the University of Toronto Press, 1993.
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