MHSO, and David Judd, Hungarian interview - Andrew More, 1977.
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|Title||Hungarian interview - Andrew More|
|Published||MHSO, and David Judd, Hungarian interview - Andrew More, 1977.|
|Description||Andrew More discusses his personal background, including the story of his father's emigration from Hungary to Canada. His father became a tobacco farmer in south-western Ontario, and was also involved in the fertilizer business. Mr. More talks about the history of early Hungarian settlers in the area, as well as his own family's history. He describes the situation of ethnic minorities in Ontario in the post-WWII period, and also the failure of the 1956 Hungarian refugees to adjust to farming. Mr. More also talks about the Ontario Tobacco Marketing Board and 'tobacco rights.' He provides information on the role of Communist party in the tobacco belt in 1930s and 1940s. The interview ends with Mr. More's opinions on his ethnic group's success in the area around Delhi, Ontario.|