SOSC 1375 Lecture 8: Lecture 8

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Governing trouble and the making of a good citizen. Key principles: political self determination, equality between sovereign states, principle of non intervention (do not interfere with another countries business) Imagined communities": states were assumed to correspond to nations groups of people united by language and culture. A document that says you are a citizen gives you privileges. Few immigrants before 1896: in fact a lot of young people emigrates to us in search of labour (us. Canadian pacific railroad (1885): connected trade, connected communities, allowed more people to come in and develop our economy and land. Only farmers need apply" farming the prairies and the west. Canadian immigration act of 1910: gave the canadian government the power to prohibit the entry of immigrants belonging to any race deemed unsuited to the climate or requirements of. Non-preferred" and not acceptable": visible minorities laws and/or regulations were issued to prevent their coming to canada (passed to prohibit black people for coming in)

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