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CANADIAN HISTORY SINCE 1885 William Lyon McKenzie.docx

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Department
History
Course
HISB41H3
Professor
Danny Azoulay
Semester
Winter

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KEY TERMS Normalcy WCTV CANADIAN HISTORY SINCE 1885 The silent Twenties National Council of Women Old Party Politics and Constitutional Crisis SpeakeasiesMothers alloviancesNot a lot happening Industry and HumanityPolitics boring ConciliatoryThe decline of progressivism A MeighenVirtual disappearance of idealism social reformers HedonisticCreation of a more moral environment progressivism Boot leggers1920s have failed quickly Fatigue Mackenzie KingCanadians were tired of progressivism Consure1 The War a war against antiprogressivism DissolutionMost Canadians wanted to relax PartisanshipEnjoy many inventions radio cars and movies Acting ministers2 Dissolusement of WWI Many Canadians lost faith Charlatan during the war Ginger groupSevere postwar recession Maternal feministEnglishFrench tensions StagnantIdealism was a shame Rapidly loss of members WCTV National Council of Women Ultimate failure of 1 Prohibition C
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