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AMERICAN CONNECTION OF CANADIAN JEWS 27 French Canadians. At most times they saw in America, as Rabbi Abraham De Sola of Montreal put it, "a land ... "'8 Jews, after all, had everywhere-including England, in medieval timessuffered from the tyranny of kings and felt, therefore, that there was little to fear from Republicanism. Adolphus Mordecai Hart, the historian grandson of Aaron Hart, the first Jew to settle in Canada after the British conquest in 1759, was typical in excusing the United States her well-advertised excesses.
16. Smith, p. xi. See also, Elizabeth Wallace, Goldwin Smith, Victorian Liberal (Toronto, 1957), pp. 20-39; Carl Berger, The Sense of Power (Toronto and Buffalo, 1970), p. 76. 17. Wise and Brown, p. 17. AMERICAN CONNECTION OF CANADIAN JEWS 27 French Canadians. At most times they saw in America, as Rabbi Abraham De Sola of Montreal put it, "a land ... "'8 Jews, after all, had everywhere-including England, in medieval timessuffered from the tyranny of kings and felt, therefore, that there was little to fear from Republicanism.
6' After the turn of the century things improved somewhat. 62Other periodicals also began to cover Canada more carefully. Perhaps because he knew Canada at first hand, Alexander Harkavy, the noted lexicographer who had been a Hebrew school teacher in Montreal, included a well-written section on British North America in his Compendium of Mathematical, Physical and Political Geography [Yiddish] (New York, 1911). Abe Cahan, the editor of the New York Forverts,in his History of the United States [Yiddish] (New York, 1912) discussed Canada's French era in full.