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The Roar of the Twenties - Gray, James

The Roar of the Twenties - Gray, James

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Clean, tight, unmarked; slight wear to inside corners; otherwise absolute minimal wear; appears unread; Gray's memoir of Western Canada's experience during the 1920s still reverberates on the bookshelf decades after its release. This book documents - in Gray's trademark personal energetic prose - the social history of western Canada's roaring decade. From the political frustrations of farmers and the resulting Wheat Pools to the radical idealism of the One Big Union; from the gambling fever that struck all North Americans and the ups and downs of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to the social and religious movements of the Klu Klux Klan and the United Church of Canada; James Gray has written of an exciting and flamboyant era, a time never to be forgotten.
Near Fine
Soft cover
Fifth House Publishers
Brighton, MA

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