|Title:||The Clash! A Study in Nationalities|
|Publisher:||J. M. Dent & Sons, Limited|
|Tags:||Canadiana, non-fiction, political science|
In 1918, when World War I was still raging and in the aftermath of Regulation 17, which abolished French-language education in Ontario, Moore wrote a remarkable book entitled The Clash: A Study in Nationalities. In the book, he argued that British traditions called for bilingualism and inclusion, and shrewdly contrasted them with what he called the rigid Prussian approach.
Senator Léon Mercier Gouin described The Clash as an "unsurpassed study of my people" and endorsed Moore's definition of nationality. [Suggest a different description.]
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