Interlude of Hostility: Judeo-Christian Relations in Quebec in the Interwar Period, 1919-1939

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Title
Interlude of Hostility: Judeo-Christian Relations in Quebec in the Interwar Period, 1919-1939
Abstract
The author describes the two varieties of anti-Jewish feelings in Quebec during the interwar years – that of French-speaking Quebecers and that of English-speaking Quebecers. The author argues that the anti-Semitic position of anglophones did more harm to an emerging Jewish professional class during this period, while the anti-Semitism of francophones was “rhetorical and metaphorical in character.”
Book Title
Anti-Semitism in Canada: History and Interpretation
Place
Waterloo, ON
Publisher
Wilfrid Laurier University Press
Date
1992
Pages
135-165
Language
en
Notes

Article also appears in: Quebec Since 1800 : Selected Readings. (Michael D. Behiels, ed.)Toronto : Irwin Publishing, 2002 : p. 396-423.

Citation
Anctil, Pierre. “Interlude of Hostility: Judeo-Christian Relations in Quebec in the Interwar Period, 1919-1939.” In Anti-Semitism in Canada: History and Interpretation, edited by Alan Davies, 135–165. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1992.
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