Hate Propaganda “I want to take you back to 1965 and the Report of the Special Committee on Hate Propaganda in Canada, chaired by Maxwell Cohen The problem of inciting hatred against particular groups was not a new one in the sixties in Canada, and there had been public concern about it both before and after World War II. It seemed to intensify in the early sixties, however, emanating from Toronto, where, for example, thousands of hate pamphlets were dropped from downtown buildings to young people waiting to see the Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens on 17 August 1965. It …

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“Within the constituencies, too, the Conservative gains appear to have been quite uniform. Robert McCleave and Michael Forrestall improved their party’s fortunes by comparable amounts throughout the City of Halifax, the City of Dartmouth, and the municipality of the County of Halifax.” Beck, J. Murray “The Electoral Behaviour of Nova Scotia in 1965” Dalhousie Review, Volume 46, Number 1, 1966 https://dalspace.library.dal.ca/bitstream/handle/10222/59079/dalrev_vol46_iss1_pp29_38.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

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