Revenge of the Methodist Bicycle Company

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Wednesday, December 21, 2005
By Yokota Fritz


The revenge of the Methodist Bicycle Company: Sunday streetcars and municipal reform in Toronto, 1888-1897 by Christopher Armstrong and H.V. Nelles, is a delightful telling of the economic, political and religious conflicts around permitting Toronto's horse-drawn streetcars to run on Sundays. Here's a book review by Gord Perks of the Toronto Environmental Alliance.

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