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Creeping conformity

how Canada became suburban, 1900-1960
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University of Toronto Press , Toronto, Buffalo
Suburbs -- Canada -- History., Suburban life -- Canada -- History., Housing policy -- Canada -- History., Banlieues -- Canada -- Histoire., Vie de la banlieue -- Canada -- Histoire., Logement -- Politique gouvernementale -- Canada -- Hist

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StatementRichard Harris.
SeriesThemes in Canadian history ;, 7
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHT352.C2 H37 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination204 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3432542M
ISBN 100802035566, 0802084281
LC Control Number2005270155
OCLC/WorldCa54065757

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Not only people in Norwegian society continues to oppress their peers in case they don’t do exactly as they are supposed to, but the threshold for “the norm” has also changed.Illustrating an intellectual confusion common on campuses, Vanderbilt University says: To ensure "diversity of thought and opinion" we require certain student groups, including five religious ones, to conform to the university's policy that forbids the groups from protecting their characteristics that contribute to diversity.