Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, 1784-1850

Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, 1784-1850

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Loyalty evolved as the central political idea in Upper Canada during the first half of the nineteenth century. It formed the basis of political legitimacy and acceptance into provincial society. David Mills examines the evolution and development of the concept of loyalty, placing special emphasis on the contribution of moderate reformers.4 Merle Curti, The Roots of American Loyalty (New York: Columbia University Press 1946), 3, 19, 42-3, 52-3, viii. ... (Cf. J.M. Bumsted, aquot;Loyalists and Nationalists: An Essay on the Problem of Definition, aquot; Canadian Review of Studies inanbsp;...

Title:Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, 1784-1850
Author: David Mills
Publisher:McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 1988-10-01

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