A Question for Canada

February 1941
New Republic;2/10/41, Vol. 104 Issue 6, p168
Focuses on political developments taking place in Canada. Imprisonment of about 1500 people under the Defense of Canada Regulations; Discussion of non-applicability of Habeas corpus law; Custody of seventy trade-union leaders in the province of Ontario; Abrogation of the right of peaceful picketing in two-thirds of Canada's industrial plants; Examination of the Regulations on February 17.


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