Why Newfoundland Joined Canada Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Why Newfoundland Joined Canada
An assessment of the viewpoints concerning whether it was in the interest of Newfoundland's inhabitants to join Canada in 1949.
# 135794 | 1,000 words | 1 source | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (History, Culture)


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The paper argues that, while not a perfect arrangement, it was in Newfoundland's interest to join Canada in 1949 - chiefly because, whatever the costs of entry into Dominion and however unappealing some aspects of Canada's vaunted social services might have seemed upon closer inspection, Newfoundland and Labrador were never going to achieve prosperity on their own and so they needed the human resources and support Canada offered. This paper presents the positions of Joey Smallwood and Major P.J. Cashin with an explanation at the end of why Smallwood's position was the stronger.

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"The following paper will argue that, while not a perfect arrangement, it was in Newfoundland's interest to join Canada in 1949 - chiefly because, whatever the costs of entry into Dominion and however unappealing some aspects of Canada's vaunted social services might have seemed upon closer inspection, Newfoundland and Labrador were never going to achieve prosperity on their own; despite the natural resources in the area, neither Newfoundland or Labrador had ever exploited those resources and it is unlikely that, bereft of British aid, they would ever do so strictly on..."

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