Full Product DetailsAuthor: Reginald Whitaker , Gregory S. Kealey , Andrew Parnaby
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Imprint: University of Toronto Press
Dimensions: Width: 16.00cm , Height: 4.30cm , Length: 23.60cm
ISBN 10: 080200752
Publication Date: 24 September 2012
Audience: Professional and scholarly , Professional & Vocational
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Table of ContentsTable of Contents Introduction: Political Policing in Canada Part I: Origins Chapter 1: The Empire Strikes Back Chapter 2: 'You drive us Hindus out of Canada and we will drive every white man out of India!' Chapter 3: A War on Two Fronts Part II: Survival and Revival Chapter 4: The RCMP, the Communist Party, and the Consolidation of Canada's Cold War Chapter 5: 'Redder Than Ever': Political Policing During the Great Depression Chapter 6: Keep the Home Fires Burning, 1939-1945 Part III: Cold War Canada Chapter 7: The Ice Age: Mounties on the Cold War Front Line, 1945-1969 Chapter 8: The Coyote, the Roadrunner, and the Reds under the Bed: Communist Espionage and Subversion Part IV: Separatists, Scandals, and Reform Chapter 9: National Unity, National Security: the Quebec Conundrum Chapter 10: 'I'm shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!': The Creation of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Chapter 11:Old Wine into New Bottles: CSIS, 1984-2001 Part V: After the Twin Towers Chapter 12: After the Deluge: In the Shadow of the Twin Towers, 2001-2010 Chapter 13: No More Mr. Nice Spy: CSIS and the Dark Side of the War on Terror Conclusion: Policing Canadian Democracy Endnotes
'Secret Service provides an excellent overview of how Canada's security service engaged in the political policing of its citizens over the course of Canadian History... It serves as one of the most complete studies ever produced on the topic.'--Dennis Molinaro Canadian Historical Review, vol 94:01:2013
Reginald Whitaker is a professor of Political Science, York University. Greg Kealey is Provost, Vice-President Research, and a professor in the Department of History at the University of New Brunswick. Andrew Parnaby is an assistant professor in the Department of History at Cape Breton University.
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