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Canadian Working Class History
Four short essays that provide an understanding of Canadian society from the end of World War I to the beginning of World War II.
# 137143 | 1,000 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 | US


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The paper provides four one-page responses to set questions referring to course materials: (1) funerals, Winnipeg, postWWI influenza epidemic, (2) Imperial Oil Company's adoption of welfare capitalist principles 1919, (3) women's employment in Toronto - sexism/discrimination/assumption on need, during Depression, and (4) the success of "Waiting for Lefty" in 1935 Vancouver and beyond.

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"The papers that inform the responses below help an understanding of Canadian society from the end of World War I to the beginning of World War II as featured the Global Depression that began in the 1929 collapse of Wall Street. Together, they tell a good deal of a Canadian society now much changed, the working class cultures to form in different parts of the country, and a large gap between the working classes, other classes, and different kinds of authority."

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