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II THE FARMERS BURDEN
III ORGANIZE O ORGANIZE
IV THE PREWAR CRUSADE FOR DEMOCRACY
V THE NONPARTISAN LEAGUE INVADES CANADA
Vl THE NONPARTISAN LEAGUE IN PRAIRIE POLITICS
VII THE WAR YEARS
VIII REVOLT ON THE PRAIRIES
IX THE FARMERS IN POLITICS
X THE PROGRESSIVE HERITAGE
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Page 44 - The Dominion has greatly prospered. It has an active, aggressive, and intelligent people. They are coming to the parting of the ways. They must soon decide whether they are to regard themselves as isolated permanently from our markets by a perpetual wall or whether we are to be commercial friends.
Page 5 - With the large naval program authorized in 1916, and the entrance of the United States into World War I in 1917...
Page 63 - It corrupts our political system, our political system corrupts and degrades the public administration, and the corroding influence extends to the social system and business life until the disease permeates the whole community.
Page 15 - Financial Progress of Settlers with Special Reference to the Vulcan-Lomond Area," 220, unpublished MA thesis, University of Alberta.
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