Barry Wright, Eric Tucker and Susan Binnie, eds., Canadian State Trials, Vol. IV: War Measures and the Repression of Radicalism, 1914-1939 (Toronto: Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History and University of Toronto Press, 2015), 3-41
This fourth volume in the Canadian State Trials series, Security, Dissent, and the Limits of Toleration in War and Peace, 1914–1939, brings readers to the period of the First World War and the inter-war years. it follows an approach similar to that of others in the series. the central concern remains the legal responses of Canadian governments to real and perceived threats to the security of the state. the aim is to provide a representative and relatively comprehensive examination of Canadian experiences with these matters, placed in broader historical and comparative context.
Wright, Barry; Tucker, Eric; and Binnie, Susan, "Introduction: War Measures and the Repression of Radicalism, 1914-1939" (2015). Articles & Book Chapters. 2929.
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