3 edition of Arthur Meighen found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by Roger Graham.|
|Series||Historical booklet (Canadian Historical Association) -- no. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
Much of this was uncovered in a Royal Commission established to probe wrongdoing in Quebecand in particular, in connection with the construction and expansion of Arthur Meighen book Beauharnois Canalleading to the Beauharnois Scandal. Bennett carried the convention on the second ballot. Called to the Manitoba Bar in Meighen lost his own riding. When Meighen, from the convention platform, launched into an eloquent defence of his controversial Hamilton speech ofFerguson offered a spirited rebuttal. At the same meeting a committee was struck to organize a leadership convention; for the venue it settled on Winnipeg in October
Opposition leader Meighen continued Arthur Meighen book lead the Conservative Party which had reverted to its traditional nameand was returned to Parliament inafter winning a by-election in the eastern Ontario riding of Grenville. Called to the Manitoba Bar in In the first few divisions of the session, the Liberals secured sufficient third-party support to establish their right to retain office. He became Secretary of State in and Minister of the Interior in the Union government later that year.
Bennett carried the convention on the second Arthur Meighen book. Given his personality, he would not recant any of these policies. First elected to Parliament inMeighen became an eloquent defender of a variety of government initiatives, including tariffs, naval policies, and railway nationalization. He preached tariff protection in the west, defended conscription in Quebec, and championed public ownership of railways in the heart of Montreal, where the press, the Canadian Pacific Railway, and the Bank of Montreal were all bitterly hostile towards him. The Unionist caucus meeting in July, besides choosing a leader and a name, had also hammered together a platform. Noteworthy was the government's decision to give votes to conscription supporters soldiers and their familieswhile denying that right to potential opponents of conscription such as immigrants.
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Liberals were in trouble by June,and threatened by a vote Arthur Meighen book 'no confidence'. Once he was face to face with a master tactician like King, however, his advance faltered.
While still a backbencher Meighen had acquired a reputation as a progressive Conservative. Meighen was a dogged logician and orator who believed in straight talk. Meighen renewed Arthur Meighen book call for the protectionist National Policy of Macdonald and Borden, and prepared to wage war against his Arthur Meighen book and Progressive adversaries.
Taken together, his two stints as first minister total less than half a normal four-year term. Arthur Meighen book duly resigned as prime minister. Parker, editor. With Parliament not in session, King refused to commit to sending troops, resenting the way Churchill had gone over the Dominion leaders' heads.
The mountain is south of the head of the McClennan River and immediately west of the town of Valemount, British Columbia. Still harbouring a deep hatred for the Conservative leader and thinking that the return to the Commons of the ardently conscriptionist Meighen would further inflame the difficult, smouldering conscription issue which two years later led to the conscription crisisKing arranged for campaign resources to be sent to the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation 's Joseph Noseworthy.
Meighen fought the election under the banner of the National Liberal and Conservative Party in an attempt to keep the allegiance of Liberals who had supported the wartime Unionist government.
No such action was taken. As a resultthe volume sometimes readslike a personal memoirratherthan a biography. Mary's Ontario. King created an uproar about this tactic, attracting Progressive support to take down the government. Dunning waiting in the wings. Less encouraging were his efforts to rejuvenate his party in Quebec.
The solicitor general took the lead in navigating an even more controversial bill through the commons in September Meighen represents, in person and temperament, in his attitudes and his past declarations, the utmost that Anglo-Saxon jingoism has to offer that is most brutal, most exclusive, most anti-Canadian.
King sought to win the support of the Progressive and Labour mps with policy concessions, but Meighen intended to hold firm to the principles of Conservatism, confident that the Liberal government would stumble.
Despite these liabilities, he succeeded Sir Robert Borden as Prime Minister inbut both he and his government went down to defeat shortly thereafter in the general election. The University of Manitoba awarded him an honorary doctorate in Operational areas are outmoded to the point of danger; air traffic control is overtaxed; the supposedly- modern glass and chrome main terminal has become a whited sepulcher.
Seller Inventory Library, Arch. The newly elected government of Mitchell Frederick Hepburn established an inquiry in to investigate the charges, but its report was inconclusive and the issue died down.
The cabinet was pleased, and Meighen was asked to pilot the resulting bill through the commons. King used the rationale that Arthur Meighen book should decide, and that the matter was not important enough to recall Parliament. He was a loving but reserved father, given to delivering admonitions, to his sons in particular, on the virtues Arthur Meighen book thrift, perseverance, and hard work.
Solicitor General, He hasusedthe BordenPapersand the BordenDiary extensively as a supplement but many of the personaldetailshave comefrom notespreparedfor him by Meighenin the lastten years. Meighen took little part in politics after Following the Allied victory in Europe, the government had turned its attention to the demobilization of half a million Canadian troops.
On any list of Canadian prime ministers ranked according to their achievements while in office, Arthur Meighen would not place very high.(–).
Twice the prime minister of Canada, Arthur Meighen also served his country in other offices, including those of solicitor general and secretary of state.
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He became a schoolteacher then.Jul 14, · Works about Meighen " Meighen, Arthur," in Ebook Britannica (12th ed., ) Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1,