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Cover 1
Half Title Page 2
Title Page 4
Copyright Page 5
Table of Contents 6
Translator’s Note 10
Preface 12
Introduction 18
IMMIGRATION TO CANADA (1913–1930) 92
1. The Perils of Immigration 95
2. The Gazette and Immigration 99
3. We Pay Attention Finally, But Very Late 103
JEWISH IMMIGRATION TO CANADA (1910–1929) 106
4. An Anti-national Policy 107
5. What Is Most Important 110
6. Twenty Years Too Many 113
JEWISH IMMIGRATION TO CANADA (1933–1943) 116
7. Mr. Jacobs Also 119
8. A New Jewish Immigration? 121
9. Is Canada Building a Tower of Babel? 124
10. Post-war Problems and Decline in Anglo-Saxon Birth Rate 129
11. The Problem of Immigration and Anti-Quebec Animosity? 132
NAZI GERMANY (1933–1937) 136
12. As Dispatches Keep Arriving 139
13. Events in Germany 142
14. The Pope and Germany 145
15. In Hitler’s Germany 148
ANTI-SEMITISM IN EUROPE (1937–1938) 154
16. Anti-Semitism, a Growing Danger 156
17. Anti-Semitism in Central Europe 162
18. The Astonishment of Mr. Glass, Member from Toronto of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, and Organizer of the Jewish Boycott of German Merchandise 168
KRISTALLNACHT (1938) 172
19. Demonstrations Against Hitler 174
20. The Enduring Question of Jewish Refugees 178
21. In the Case of the German Jews, the Star Talks Nonsense 182
22. To Everyone Their Own Jews 188
THE HOLOCAUST (1943–1945) 192
23. We Have Our Own Victims and Refugees of the War 194
24. A Judeo-American Brief at the Quebec Conference 198
25. The Campaign to Admit Refugees to Canada 202
26. Inhumane Dictatorships 206
ANTI-SEMITISM IN CANADA (1931–1933) 212
27. Lessons and Reflections 214
28. Only to Satisfy Mr. Bercovitch? No 218
29. The Brawls in Toronto 222
LE DEVOIR AND THE CANADIAN JEWISH CONGRESS (1934) 226
30. The Status of the Jewish Documents — The Responsibility of the Canadian Jewish Congress 228
31. The Father of Yellow Journalism Was the Jew Joseph Pulitzer 231
32. The Advertising Boycott and Jews 236
“BUY FROM YOUR OWN” (1934–1939) 240
33. Mr. Joseph Cohen and the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste 243
34. Life Is in Disarray 247
35. We Need to Be Logical: Label the Merchant Just Like the Merchandise 250
THE “DETRIMENTAL” INFLUENCE OF JEWS IN MONTREAL (1926–1936) 254
36. A New “Scheme”: Fairgrounds in Parc Maisonneuve 256
37. If That Is “French Art” 259
38. Cheating Does Return to Haunt Its Master — With Double Consequences 262
THE JEWS AND MONTREAL SCHOOLS (1914–1930) 266
39. Jews and Protestants at the Dissentient School Board 269
40. Montreal Schools 273
41. Under the Government’s Thumb 277
42. Why Not a Postponement? 279
OBSERVANCE OF SUNDAY (1933–1934) 282
43. The Observance of Sunday 284
44. Dotting the I’s 287
THE SUCCESS OF JEWS IN MONTREAL (1930–1946) 290
45. Do Not Blame the Jews: Imitate Them 292
46. The Saint-Denis Speeches 296
47. The Jews as a Model 300
48. The Jews as a Model 304
49. The Fédération des Œuvres de Charité Must Exceed Its Goal 307
PUBLIC HEALTH IN MONTREAL (1925–1927) 312
50. Why Our Children Are Dying 314
51. Infant Mortality among Jews and among Christians 317
PERSECUTION OF JEWS, PERSECUTION OF CATHOLICS (1929–1933) 322
52. Silence on Mexico, Protests for Palestine 324
53. The Attention Paid to Spanish Catholics and to Jews 327
PALESTINE UNDER THE BRITISH MANDATE (1929–1930) 332
54. On Top of a Powder Keg 334
55. From Bombay to Jerusalem 337
56. The Palestine Question 340
A NATIONAL HOME FOR THE JEWISH PEOPLE IN PALESTINE (1937–1939) 344
57. Jews, Arabs and the English 346
58. The Protestant Pastors of Lachine and Mr. Neville Chamberlain 350
59. “We Should Tend to Our Own Affairs!” 354
60. The Palestine Question 358
Appendix 1 — List of editorials in Le Devoir on Jewish subjects, 1910–1947 362
Appendix 2 — List of editorialists who wrote on the subject of Judaism on Le Devoir’s pages and the Jewish presence in Canada, 1910–1947 376
Bibliography 378
Back Cover Page 390

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