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published byUniversity of Toronto Press
viewing issueVolume 63, Number 2, June 1982
Table of Contents
- Atlantic Canada and the Age of Sail Revisited
- pp. 125-150
- The Official History of Colonial Development. I: The Origins of British Aid Policy, 1924–1945; II: Developing British Colonial Resources, 1945–1951; III: A Reassessment of British Aid Policy, 1951–1965; IV: Changes in British Aid Policy, 1951–1970; V: Guidance toward Self-Government in British Colonies, 1941–1971 by D.J. Morgan (review)
- pp. 258-259
- Le Québec Dans le Monde by André Patry (review)
- pp. 264-265
- pp. 287-290
- Notes and Comments
- p. 291
- Recent Publications Relating to Canada
- pp. 295-314
- Archives Notes
- pp. 292-294
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