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Interwar Quebec society was imbued with a current of antisemitism that revealed itself both during the school crisis in the 1920s, and during the debate over Jewish refugees in the 1930s. The nationalist and Catholic press ferociously opposed Jewish requests regarding education, as well as Jewish immigration into Canada. Current historiography has focussed on the "ideological" press with regards to these various issues. This article offers a different perspective by examining the positions ofdoi:10.25071/1916-0925.19796 fatcat:63rdkduya5hv3ijfq5cnguz624