The Fall & Rise of Mackenzie King, 1911-1919

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CHAPTER 1
Pages 18-45
1921 Feb. 18, 1901 26 The Secret of Heroism. Fleming H. Revell Co., New York, 1906
2025 Feb. 8, 1901
2110 Sept. 2, 1904
2229 Jan. 4, 1904
235 Sept. 10, 1906 15 Feb. 14, 1904 25 Feb. 21, 1904
246 Mar. 3, 1904 20 Oct. 12, 1904
2510 Oct. 19, 1904 20 Nov. 18, 1904 23 Mar. 3, 1908
2625 Dec. 17, 1904
282 Nov. 4, 1906 27 Jan. 2, 1906 31 Feb. 3, 1906
298 Apr. 23, 1906
308 Aug. 31, 1906 32 Dec. 4, 1906
315 Jan. 1, 1907 31 July 25, 1907
3227 July 25, 1907
3327 Aug. 27, 1907
345 Aug. 27, 1907 9 Oct. 9, 1907 24 Sept. 7, 1907 30 Sept. 28, 1907
355 Sept. 4, 1907 28 May, 4, 1908
364 Sept. 9, 1908 11 Aug. 29, 1908 15 Sept. 2, 1908 18 Sept. 6, 1908 22 Sept. 9, 1908 25 Sept. 12, 1908
378 Sept. 17-21, 1908 16 Sept. 17-21, 1908 29 Oct. 30, 1908
3819 Dec. 5, 1908
405 Feb. 4, 1910 15 Dec. 6, 1909
4131 Dec. 15, 1909
4220 Jan. 18, 1911 31 Jan. 26, 1911
4316 O. D. Skelton: Life and Letters of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Vol. II, p. 370. O.U.P., Toronto, 1921 23 A. R. M. Lower: Colony to Nation, p. 430. Longmans, Toronto, 1946

CHAPTER 2
Pages 46-64
4610 Sept. 24, 1911
478 Sept. 25, 1911 26 J. W. Dafoe: Laurier: a Study in Canadian Politics, p. 136. Thomas Allen, Toronto, 1922
487 Sept. 25, 1911 21Ibid. 32Ibid.
4922 Sept. 30, 1911 30 Nov. 9, 1911
507 Jan. 16, 1912 15 Mar. 2, 1912 30 Dec. 2, 1908
5125 Mar. 2, 1912
5226 J. W. Dafoe, op. cit., p. 139
5311 Sept. 30, 1911 24Ibid.
543 Nov. 17, 1911 11 O. D. Skelton, op. cit., p. 371
5514 Feb. 27, 1904 23 Feb. 29, 1904
5616 Jan. 16, 1912
572 Feb. 8, 1901 5 Mar. 6, 1912 12 May 7, 1914
582 Sept. 25, 1911 18 Oct. 23, 1911 23 Oct. 10, 1911
5910 Mar. 16, 1912 22 Oct. 26, 1911
6010 Oct. 23, 1911 26 Nov. 16, 1911
616 Nov. 21, 1911

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