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As I Recall [Paperback]

Don Ewing
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Aug. 10 2009
As I Recall is the memoirs of Don Ewing of Guelph, Canada,an active supporter of the social democratic movement for more than 65 years. He has been an important contributor to Canadian life and to Canadian social history. His passion for inclusivity and social justice led him to buck society's pressures to be a conscientious objector in the Second World War, doing fire fighting and teaching high school in a Japanese internment camp in Lemon Creek. The book contains many photographs and personal reminiscences on the life and growth of the social democratic process in Canada, his music teaching, and his life in the United Church.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Praise for As I Recall from Walter Pitman Nov. 9 2009
"As I Recall is a monumental achievement. Donald Ewing has lived and is still living what can only be called an abundant life. With a love of music, a capacity for intellectual interchange and an honesty and integrity that is breath-taking in its expression, a love of family and a deep caring the quality of their lives, a determination to state the truth even when it is unpopular ands most of all respect for people of every colour, culture or creed - all these shine forth in this magnificent epistle. It is the expression of a vibrant philosophy for living, human values that contain the future of the species, the drescription of a life journey that all of us would be proud to write and leave to our friends and family."
- from Walter Pitman, former politician in Ontario, Canada
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