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William Lyon Mackenzie King.

William Lyon Mackenzie King.

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Published by Methuen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • King, W. L. M.

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    ContributionsNeatby, H. B.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21318659M

    It is doubtful that the Canadian Prairies played any significant role in the early life of William Lyon Mackenzie King. When King was born on 17 December , the distant interior of the Northwest had yet to feel the full impact of a nation desirous of expansion and development. William Lyon Mackenzie King, –, Canadian political leader, b. Kitchener, Ont.; grandson of William Lyon Mackenzie. An expert on labor questions, he served in Wilfrid Laurier's Liberal administration as deputy minister of labor (–) and minister of labor (–11) and was editor (–) of the Labour Gazette. He first served in the House of Commons from to

    Mackenzie King () was Canadas tenth and longest serving prime minister and an important figure on the international scene, especially during the Second World War. This book provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of Mackenzie King. The collection consists of correspondence between William Lyon Mackenzie King and C. Mortimer Bezeau of Kitchener, correspondence between King and Mrs. C.E. Hoffman (later Mrs. G.A. Heather) of Kitchener, publications written by King, books and pamphlets about King and the Liberal party, photographs, and greeting cards.

    › Find signed collectible books by 'William Lyon Mackenzie King' Industry and Humanity: A Study in the Principles Under-Lying Industrial Reconstruction. by William Lyon Mackenzie King. ISBN () Softcover, General Books LLC, Find This Book. William Lyon Mackenzie (Ma – Aug ) was a Scottish-born Canadian-American journalist and politician. His strong views on political equality and clean government drove him to outright rebellion in after a career as mayor of Toronto and in the colonial legislative assembly of Upper Canada (Ontario).


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As the original edition described this award-winning book: "He appeared to the public a drab little man, round of face and body, who spoke in. William Lyon Mackenzie King Collection Extent: cm of textual records 12 photographs Date: 1 King / Bezeau papers Books and pamphlets authored by William Lyon Mackenzie King The secret of heroism: a memoir of Henry Albert Harper.

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Mackenzie King, as he is usually called, was the son of John King and Isabel Grace Mackenzie, daughter of William Lyon Mackenzie, a leader of the Rebellion of aimed at establishing independent self-government in Upper Canada. Isabel, born while Mackenzie was in exile after the Rebellion, taught her son from childhood that it was his.

A steady stream of books about William Lyon Mackenzie King and his peculiarities has mined the stupendous motherlode of eccentricity that is the diary King kept from until three days before his death in July This book, Mackenzie King: Friends & Lovers, takes the reader into its confidence, introducing first his family background, then his closest friends, male and female.

As well, there is a chapter on his association with the various Governors-General of Canada from to William Lyon Mackenzie. It was something he had to live with and. What is genuinely striking in the book is the photographs of various individuals involved in the war to preserve Mackenzie King’s reputation – mostly top-ranked bureaucrats and : Philip Marchand.

Industry and Humanity was first published in In it William Lyon Mackenzie King, then a prominent public servant who had forged a re /5(3). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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William Lyon Mackenzie King, twice former Prime Minister of Canada, was a brilliant tactician, was passionately committed to Canadian unity, and was a protector of the underdog, introducing such cornerstones of Canada’s social safety net as unemployment insurance, family allowances and old-age pensions.

At the same time, he was insecure, craved flattery, became upset. William Lyon Mackenzie King: A Life Guided by the Hand of Destiny must therefore be treated as a skillful introduction to one of the most important and perplexing personalities to hold the highest political post in Canada." (Kelly McParland National Post)/5(9).

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