The Reciprocity Treaty of 1854: Its History, Its Relation to British Colonial and Foreign Policy and to the Development of Canadian Fiscal Autonomy - Vol. 9

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The Reciprocity Treaty of 1854: Its History, Its Relation to British Colonial and Foreign Policy and to the Development of Canadian Fiscal Autonomy - Vol. 9
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Carleton Library Edition vii
  • Preface to the Original Edition x
  • Introduction the Point of View xii
  • Part I Reciprocity in the Ascendant (1846-1857) 2
  • Part II Reciprocity in Decline (1857-1866) 64
  • Appendices 140
  • Notes 152
  • Index 184
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables vii
  • List of Charts ix
  • Introduction to the Carleton Library Edition 1
  • References 8
  • Foreword to the Original Edition 9
  • Chapter 1 the Economic Circumstances of Confederation 13
  • Chapter 2 Basic National Decisions 19
  • Chapter 3 a Change in Circumstances 36
  • Chapter 4 the Economy in Expansion, 1895-1920 40
  • Chapter 5 Apparent Readjustment and Renewed Expansion, 1920-1929 71
  • Chapter 6 the Course of Depression and Recovery, 1929-1938 107
  • Chapter 7 Regional Effects of Dominion Policies 140
  • Chapter 8 the Economic Outlook and Dominion-Provincial Relations 179
  • Notes 184
  • Index 187
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