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HIS311Y1 - Lecture 8
- the question of representation
- Canada's delegation
- opposition of article X of the league of nations charter
- successful Canadian contribution to victory in WWI
- increased international status for Canada
- severe demage to national unity
International Relations in the 1920s
- League of Nations
- American "isolationism"
- the issue of German reparations
- Weimar Republic
- Germany's collapse
- the "spirit of Locarno"
Arthur Meighen's Foreign Policy, 1920-21
- the 'attack dog'
- Anglo-Japanese Naval Accord, 1902
- Meighen campaigned against this accord
- Imperial Conference, 1921
Election of 1921
- Meighen's principles
- Mackenzie King's incomprehensibility
- Liberals 117, Progressives 65, Conservatives 50
Willliam Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950)
- Born in Berlin, ON (Kitchener)
- Lawyer and labour negotiator
- leader of the Liberal Party, 1919-1948
- Prime Minister of Canada, 1921-26, 1926-30, 1935-48
King's 'Very Double Life'
- Joan Patteson's 'little table'
- his dog
- the "ruins"
- the dairy
- spoke to 'ghosts' through a medium
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