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Book Review: Canada’s border is pockmarked with disputes, and in 1839 the line between Maine and New Brunswick nearly provoked war between the United States and Britain. This dispute is the subject of Gary Campbell’s The Aroostook War of 1839.
Book Review: This attractively illustrated culinary biography of John A. Macdonald can lose itself at times in the gastronomic stories, but readers will nonetheless be nourished with much first-rate fare.
Book Review: Are Jewish students Catholics? Are they Protestants? Or what are they? For nearly 150 years, the “Jewish school question” troubled Quebec’s education system. How this was managed through social, legal, and political compromises, within a context of some intolerance and inequality, is the central theme of the fascinating book “Honorary Protestants.”