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News Notes Thomas Nelson & Sons has published, under the title War and Society in North America, the papers delivered at the 1970 C.A.A.S. conference. The volume, edited by J. L. Granatstein and R. D. Cuff, is cleanly printed and handsomely bound in paper. In addition, the assembled essays make as strong an impact as did the papers at the conference. (Robert Fulford gave the book a laudatory review in the September 4, 1971, Toronto Star, in spite of his seeming mystification about the exact lineaments of '' a group. called the Canadian Association for American Studies.'') The list price of the book is $3.95, but C.A.A.S. members may obtain it at a 20% discount by writing directly to the College Department, Thomas Nelson & Sons, 81 Curlew Drive, Don Mills, Ontario. The Pennsylvania State University has announced its undertaking of the publication of The Papers of Martin Van Bu.ren.The Advisory Committee wishes to be notified of any papers or documents that might be overlooked ; pertinent information may be directed to Dr. Walter L. Ferree, Pennsylvania State University, The Ogontz Campus, 1600 Woodland Road, Abington, Pennsylvania 19001. Readers of the Review may wish to subscribe to, or otherwise support, two new U.S. American Studies journals that have appeared in the past year. Connections, sponsored by the Radical American Studies Caucus of the A.S.A., is edited by Nancy Pederson and Bob Scarola of Indiana University , Bloomington 47401. Subscription price is $2.00 a year, but the editors will appreciate contributions of more than that. Red Buffalo: A Radical Journal of American Studies, is published by members of the Program of American Studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo. The subscription price is $4.00, and the editorial address is 124 Winspear, S.U.N.Y., Buffalo 14213. Many readers of the Review will also be interested in the activities of the recently formed Association for Canadian Studies in the United States. The Association held its first biennial conference at Duke University in April of 1971, and the first issue of its twice-a-year newsletter appeared soon afterwards. Information about A.C.S.U.S. may be obtained from the secretary-treasurer and editor of the newsletter, Roger Frank Swanson, clo The Center of Canadian Studies, The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, 1740 Massachusetts Avenue N.W., Washington , D.C. 20036. 125 ...

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ISSN
1710-114X
Print ISSN
0007-7720
Pages
p. 125
Launched on MUSE
2019-01-02
Open Access
No
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