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Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schull, Joseph. Laurier. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, (OCoLC) Laurier tried to unite a country deeply divided in the wake of the First World War, grappling with the thorny questions of minority rights, multiple cultures, and regional tensions. A superb orator—his defence of Louis Riel established him as perhaps Canada's greatest speaker—he talked to his listeners as if they were as intelligent and /5(2). MLI also published its first book in May Titled The Canadian Century: Moving out of America’s Shadow, the book appeared on the best-seller lists of the Montreal Gazette. Impact. The Macdonald–Laurier Institute has generated substantial media coverage of its publications, public policy ideas and opinions during its time in operation. Laurier's life spanned the final years of John A. Macdonald's career through to the beginning of the First World War, one of the most exciting periods in our history. The First Canadian (). This book is a collection of Bennett's speeches in the British House of Lords from –
Laurier – The First Canadian $ 1 in stock. Add to cart. Categories: Canadian Biography, Canadiana. Description Description. Joseph Schull Macmillan Canada pages. Wilfrid Laurier began his political career in So many obstacles stood between him and success in public life that it seemed at least unlikely that he would. Laurier strives to offer you choice when purchasing your course materials. We offer new, used and rental textbooks, as well as access codes. We also offer online ordering via our website or smartphone app – just go to have the convenience of having your orders ship directly to you, or you can pick them up in-store at the Laurier Bookstore in Waterloo or Stedman Community. After winning a second mandate in , Laurier would similarly turn down British offers of an Imperial Council, an Imperial Navy, and an Imperial Commercial Union. As he explained to the House of Commons, the first loyalty of the Canadian government was to the Canadian peoples (however that might be defined), not to : John Douglas Belshaw. © Wilfrid Laurier University All Rights Reserved. Powered by eRATEX™ RATEX Business Solutions Waterloo | Brantford | Kitchener | Toronto.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content. Reviews Canada Laurier: TheFirstCanadian. •n. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada. ,,illus.$ roRTv-rr/•. VEA•S XCO, Professor Oscar Douglas Skelton of Queen's University published histwo-volume biography of s"official" biography in every sense of W. L. Mackenzie King. Laurier LaPierre starts this book from a laudable premise: that Laurier was a great Canadian, and that his fight for Canada has meaning for our own time. The book reflects the strengths and excesses of the writer, who is known to Canadians as a passionate and provocative man. Search Omni for eBooks and books Omni is the Laurier Library's search tool to find books, ebooks, journal articles, and much more. Laurier: the first Canadian by Schull, Joseph, Publication date Topics Laurier, Wilfrid, Sir, , Prime ministers -- Canada -- Biography Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.