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From the back cover:
"The election of 1911 was one of the most significant in Canadian history. In voting to remain true to their past, Canadians assured a more difficult future. Patrice Dutil and David MacKenzie tell a fascinating story of the conflict between principles and the pork barrel, lofty ideals and unholy alliances. It's compulsory reading for Canadian historians and all political junkies."
Professor John English, General Editor, Dictionary of Canadian Biography
"A well researched, carefully balanced analysis of the general election which helped to shape the Canada we live in. Dutil and MacKenzie have written a fascinating narrative which… Read more