This review explores Mark Abley's book on the legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott, the poet/bureaucrat responsible for the development and implementation of Canada's failed residential schools policy for indigenous children. The book places Scott in the context of his time while examining the results of his agency's policies.
"Conversations with a Dead Man: The Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott by Mark Abley,"
2, Article 4.
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