By Ester Reiter
Driven from their houses in Russia, Poland, and Romania via pogroms and poverty, many Jews who got here to Canada within the wave of immigration after the 1905 Russian revolution have been devoted radicals. A destiny with no Hate or Need brings to existence the wealthy and multi-layered lives of a dissident political group, their shared studies and community-building cultural tasks, as they tried to weave jointly their ethnic particularity—their id as Jews—with their internationalist type politics.
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