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canada since 1867 february 14th.odt

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Department
History
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HIST 203
Professor
Jarrett Rudy

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Election of 1911Liberals pushed free tradeBorden opposed ContinentalismConservatives British ImperialismNationalist opposed Laurier and the Notion of a Canadian NavyBreakdown of VotesConservative 133Liberal 86Independent 2Laurier who was Prime Minister was trying to appeal to Imperialists and nationalists in QuebecThe Conservatives support British Imperialism and do not find that Canada is contributing enough to the British empireChallenges of the Womens Movementth19 century status of womenThey were not being admitted to schoolsthey could not legally hold property particularly if they were marriedThey were also not allowed to vote Societies were organized under gendered lines they worked out in separate spheresmen were public bread winners educatedwomen were private raise children take care of the homeMen and women were supposed to be biologically inclined to one sphere or the otherthis idea was used to exclude women from public life and was used to exclude women from learning and should not be given the right to voteMarried women could not hold property in Quebec until 1964 could not rent an apartment or sign a lease Many women w
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