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[...] there are papers on French Canadians' ambivalent attitude toward the Empire, the role of native races, the inevitable discussion of 'women, gender, and Empire', the economic aspect of Canada's growth from 1783 to 1971 and, finally, the development of Canadian jurisprudence in relation to her British heritage.
Canada and the British Empire Anonymous Contemporary Review; Winter 2008; 290, 1691; Docstoc pg. 530 Reproduced with permission of the copyright own
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