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Reds in Beds: The Communist Party of Canada and the Politics of Reproduction, 1920-1970
In the early twentieth-century, the Communist Party of Canada (CPC) initially hesitated to discuss the politics of reproduction as a means of easing material inequity for women and men of the working class. Nevertheless, ...
A Great War of Expectations: Men, Mothers, and Monsters in Toronto, 1914-1918
Gendered expectations about wartime duty were central to Toronto’s mobilization during the First World War. How Torontonians defined these duties and responsibilities – and how they imagined the war they were waging – ...