Stephen Dale, Nobel Illusions: Young Canada Goes to War (Halifax: Fernwood, 2014), 111 pages, $18.95 (paper). Canadians today, in the centenary year of the...
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Exploding the myths about his death
Since he was shot by a Utah firing squad on November 19, 1915, people have debated the guilt or innocence of storied protest singer-songwriter Joe Hill. Now, with The Man Who Never Died, a new book by William M. Adler, published by Bloomsbury in New York, we finally have the answer.
This podcast can also be heard at www.radiolabour.org, Friday, Dec. 8, 2011 edition.