Details the relationship between Quebec lieutenant Ernest Lapointe and Prime Minister Mackenzie King, showing how the close association of the two affected Canadian history in many important ways.
Intro Contents Preface Acknowledgments 1 National Attention 2 Conscription 3 King-Maker 4 Cabinet Minister 5 Diplomat 6 Relative Obscurity 7 Minister of Justice 8 Leader of the House 9 The Bilingual Schools Issue 10 The Margaret Affair 11 The Imperial Conference of 1926 12 The Dominion-Provincial Conference of 1927 13 The'Persons' Case 14 Silver Anniversaries 15 The 1929 Conference on the Operation of Dominion Legislation 16 Defeat 17 Member of the Opposition 18 Back in Power 19 The Ethiopian Crisis 20 The Curse of Patronage 21 The Padlock Act 22 Aberhart's Legislation Disallowed 23 In the Appeasers' Camp 24 Neutrality Abandoned 25 Canada Goes to War 26 Duplessis Beaten 27 Wartime Election 28 The National Resources Mobilization Act 29 Vichy 30 Last Days Conclusion Notes Bibliography Illustration Credits Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Illustrations.
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Print version: Betcherman, Lita-Rose Ernest Lapointe