Laurier: A Study in Canadian Politics by J. W. Dafoe


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Title: Laurier: A Study in Canadian Politics

Author: J. W. Dafoe

Release Date: March 30, 2005 [EBook #15509]

Language: English

Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1

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LAURIER: A STUDY IN CANADIAN POLITICS

By J. W. DAFOE

THOMAS ALLEN
PUBLISHER, TORONTO


Copyright, Canada, 1922 by Thomas Allen

Printed in Canada

DEDICATION:
TO E. H. MACKLIN
IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF A CONSTANT FRIENDSHIP.





PREFACE

The four articles which make up this volume were originally published
in successive issues of the Monthly Book Review of the Manitoba Free
Press and are herewith assembled in book form in response to what
appears to be a somewhat general request that they be made available
in a more permanent form.

J. W. D.
October 13 1922.





CONTENTS

PART 1. LAURIER: A STUDY IN CANADIAN POLITICS
PART 2. LAURIER AND EMPIRE RELATIONSHIPS
Part 3. FIFTEEN YEARS OF PREMIERSHIP




LAURIER: A STUDY IN CANADIAN POLITICS

THE CLIMB TO POWER.

THE life story of Laurier by Oscar D. Skelton is the official
biography of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Official biographies of public men
have their uses; they supply material for the definitive biography
which in the case of a great man is not likely to be written by one
who knew him in the flesh. An English public man, who was also a
novelist and poet, wrote:

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