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Department
History
Course
HISB41H3
Professor
Dan Azoulay
Semester
Winter

Description
National policy, riel, continentalism, imperialism, “the old flag, the old policy, the old leader”, disallow, unrestricted reciprocity, henri Bourassa, sifton, “tin pot navy,” le devoir, borden, patronage, tariff, annexation Rise and fall of liberal party under Wilfred laurier Period of change in the sense that the nature of political parties changed Became more modern Period on continuity in the sense that many of the issues that they face now are the same since 1867; related to French-english relations End of the dynasty; 1878-1896 Dominated Canadian federal politics Conservative party; national policy Failed National policy included a tariff, construcotn of railroad, promoting western settlement Create prosperous and well settle country Policy failed in the late 1800’s Disillusionment resulted. Started to have imperialism 1896, old leader was gone and was replaced by conse
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