3 edition of William Lyon Mackenzie: a reinterpretation found in the catalog.
William Lyon Mackenzie: a reinterpretation
William D. Le Sueur
by Macmillan of Canada, Institute of Canadian Studies, Carleton University in Toronto, Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||by William Dawson Le Sueur; edited and with an introd. by A.B. McKillop.. --|
|Series||Carleton library -- no. 111|
|Contributions||McKillop, A. B., 1946-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||li, 430 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||430|
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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).Other political affiliations: Clear Grits.
Get this from a library. William Lyon Mackenzie: a reinterpretation. [William Dawson LeSueur; A B McKillop; Carleton University.
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William Lyon Mackenzie: a reinterpretation, by William Dawson LeSueur ; edited with and introd. by A.B. McKillop.Toronto Public Library. - John Sewell, Mackenzie: A political biography of William Lyon Mackenzie ; - William Dawson LeSueur, A. McKillop, William Lyon Mackenzie: a reinterpretation; - Greg Keilty, ed., Revolution in the Canadas: Selections from the writings of William Lyon Mackenzie.
William Lyon Mackenzie () was a Scottish-born Canadian journalist, politician, and rebel. He became the leader of the radical Reformers, and the refusal of the authorities to institute certain reforms finally led him to open rebellion.
William Lyon Mackenzie was born on Maat Springfield, Dundee. After completing his formal. Author: LeSueur, William Dawson, ; Format: Book; li, p. ; 20 cm. William Lyon Mackenzie: a reinterpretation / by William Dawson Le Sueur ; edited and with an introd | National Library of Australia.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Mackenzie, William Lyon, ; Format: Book; 94 p. ; 19 cm. p, On my shelf there are two books that I have borrowed about William Lyon Mackenzie.
I pick up the first one, The Firebrand and check out the publication date- I pick up the second one William Lyon Mackenzie: A Reinterpretation, thinking from the title that it would probably be the more recent book.
Ah, but I’d be wrong. William Lyon Mackenzie (–), who left Scotland for Upper Canada inwas a lay member of the Secession church and his religious beliefs inspired him to challenge the structure of colonial government.
This chapter charts, in the period beforeMackenzie’s journalistic efforts to critique the Anglican ascendancy in Toronto. William Lyon Mackenzie: | | | |William Lyon Mackenzie| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the.
William Lyon Mackenzie (Ma – Aug ) was a Scottish-born Canadian and American journalist and politician. He was the first mayor of Toronto, Upper Canada and was a leader during the Upper Canada Rebellion.
William Lyon Mackenzie was born on 12 March in Scotland in the Dundee suburb Springfield. His mother Elizabeth (née Chambers) of Kirkmichael was.
William Lyon Mackenzie. William Lyon Mackenzie () was a Scottish-born Canadian journalist, politician, and rebel. He became the leader of the radical Reformers, and the refusal of the authorities to institute certain reforms finally led him to open rebellion.
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Year of publication: Year. William Lyon Mackenzie () was a Scottish-born Canadian journalist, politician, and rebel. He became the leader of the radical Reformers, and the refusal of the authorities to institute certain reforms finally led him to open rebellion.
William Lyon Mackenzie was born. William Lyon MacKenzie has 31 books on Goodreads with 9 ratings. William Lyon MacKenzie’s most popular book is The Mackenzie Poems. William Lyon Mackenzie King has perhaps the most enduring legacy of any Canadian Prime Minister: his policies shaped Canadian politics, economics and international relations for much of the twentieth century.
His influence remains hotly debated and controversial: this book is one of the first to counter the official hagiography of King promulgated by the Liberal Party. William Lyon Mackenzie King was much underestimated in his lifetime and has been largely forgotten in his posterity, but he was a great prime.
I was five years old when, inWilliam Lyon Mackenzie King stepped down as Canada's Prime Minister. He had been in office for nearly 22 years. William Lyon Mackenzie was one of the most colorful and controversial people in nineteenth-century Canadian politics.
He was the first mayor of Toronto inthe editor of numerous newspapers advocating his own brand of utopian democracy, and the leader of the armed rebellion against Canada’s oligarchical government. CHAPTER SIXTEEN. THE CALL TO ACTION was published in William Lyon Mackenzie King, Volume II, on page The Selected Writings of William Lyon Mackenzie, (), offers an excellent selection of his work.
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