The Pattern of Canadian Politics: The Elections of 1945.

  title={The Pattern of Canadian Politics: The Elections of 1945.},
  author={Lionel H. Laing},
  journal={American Political Science Review},
The great problem of Canadian federalism is to be found in the sectionalism which is a standing challenge to national unity. Superficial conclusions drawn from the response to national recruitment, war bond drives, and such evidences, which form the stock in trade of the professional patriot, do not stand up against the realities of political behavior. This is revealed at many levels, in the parliaments (provincial and dominion), in federal-provincial relations, and finally at the grass roots… Expand
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