Against the Current offers a personal account of the plight of European refugees and the importance of immigrants to Canada's post-war growth. Ragula's insights into the complicated nature of identity in central Europe shows how "ordinary people" negotiate the complex, often contradictory claims of national, ethnic, religious, and geographic loyalties. His memoir provides a personal perspective on some of the major events of the twentieth century.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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