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 Gaetan Heroux Lecture at U of T Poverty
 Gaetan Heroux
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Lecture by OCAP member Gaetan Heroux on November 9th,
at the University of Toronto.
Based on a paper by Gaetan & Brian Palmer ‘Cracking the Stone’: The Long History of Capitalist Crisis and Toronto’s Dispossessed', Geatan relates the tremendously interesting, largely unknown history of resistance to draconian measures by the poor in Toronto, roughly from the 1830's to the 1930's.

Gaetan Heroux
Anti-Poverty Activist, OCAP
Bousfield Distinguished Visitor,
University of Toronto (2011/2012)
Bryan D. Palmer (regrets< unable to attend)
Professor and CRC Chair,
Canadian Studies and History
Trent University

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Gaetan Heroux Lecture at U of T Poverty
01:08:23 English 2012-11-09
 University of Toronto, Sydney Smith Building
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