Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number 12 (Twelve); On Mackenzie King and Jewish Sweating Labor (Labour) - Part 1 (One)

By: Rome, David (compiler); Hayes, Saul (Introduction)

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vi, 91 pages. Provides penetrating analysis of a particularly important and mormative moment in the biography of William Lyon Mackenzie King. "We have here side glimpses of the Jews in the shops, Jews in the managers' offices, Jews in Toronto politics, the Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto Jews in Sarafand, Abraham Rhinewine, Jewish immigration cases - the warp and woof of the day in the life of the Jew early in the century. King could never have dreamed of such a role in Jewish historiography." - from page vi. Sections include: The Student and His Assignment; Those Toronto Jews; Preparing for Harvard; "Foreigners Who Live in Toronto"; Foreigners - a Further Account; (Lous) Gurofsky and (Postmaster) Mulock; "Toronto and the Sweating System"; The Bond with Mulock. The Report on Clothing Contracts; Gurofsky Correspondence; In the "Globe"; The Fateful Year 1900; Arbitrating in Montreal Dispute. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound copy.