HIST 2500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: William Aberhart, Nellie Mcclung, Grenfell Mission

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Factors that influenced the emergence of reform movements: industrialization. Last week, we saw the ways in which manufacturing and the increasing of wage labour changed the relationship between employer and employee strikes and problems: urbanization (the growth of cities) Cities like montreal, toronto, winnipeg and vancouver would grow in up to. The emergence of the internet, mobile phones and commuting, 3d printing, electricity, etc: immigration. The arrival of newcomers from southern to eastern europe in large numbers. Panic amongst canadians because of the factors listed above- led to turmoil. Targeted the society at large, not just the individuals. Mostly driven by christians either directed by the church or less formally. Middle-class (not exclusively) tended to represent middle-class values. Prominent role of women (including activists, organizations, etc. ) State intervention -calling upon the government to legislate a solution to problems. Child welfare (whether children were being raised well)

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