Domnique Clément
, is a doctoral candidate in the department of History at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Co-Chair of the Canadian Historical Association's Graduate Student Committee. He is presently researching his doctoral dissertation examining the evolution of Canada's early civil liberties movement (1945-82) and has designed an interactive website on the Royal Commission on Espionage ( Current research interests include social movements, constitutional history, and a comparison of the Canadian and Australian civil liberties organizations that emerged following World War Two.


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