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Today's Joe Howe : the greatest Nova Scotian /
by Trevor J. Adams and Michael Bawtree ; with foreword by John Ralston Saul.
Halifax, N.S. : Joseph Howe Initiative, 2004.
47 p. : ill.
0973605103 :
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Halifax, N.S. : Joseph Howe Initiative, 2004.
0973605103 :
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The father of freedom of the press, a pioneer in the fight for responsible government, advocate for public education, groundbreaking journalist and honoured statesman - Joseph Howe has had a profound and lasting influence on Nova Scotia and, indeed, all of Canada. On the 200th anniversary of his birth, this unique book explores his ongoing legacy. Fiercely loyal to Nova Scotia, Howe was a romantic and a humanist, with a vision that's every bit as relevant today as it was in the 19th century.

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