The Politics of Dialogue: Rapprochement Efforts Between Jews and French Canadians, 1939-1960

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Title
The Politics of Dialogue: Rapprochement Efforts Between Jews and French Canadians, 1939-1960
Abstract
A look at evolving relationship between Jewish- and French-Quebecers from the post-Second World War period to the end of the 1950s, and the attempt by some leaders of both communities to spearhead rapprochement initiatives. Within the Jewish community, this movement was led by the Cercle juif de langue française and the Canadian Jewish Congress.
Book Title
Renewing Our Days: Montreal Jews in the Twentieth Century
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Véhicule Press
Date
1995
Pages
42-74
Language
en
Citation
Jedwab, Jack. “The Politics of Dialogue: Rapprochement Efforts Between Jews and French Canadians, 1939-1960.” In Renewing Our Days: Montreal Jews in the Twentieth Century, edited by Ira Robinson and Mervin Butovsky, 42–74. Montreal: Véhicule Press, 1995.
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