The Union Government in power

A year after the 1917 election, Newton Rowell, president of the Privy Council in the Union Government, surveyed its achievements, including the institution of conscription, and applauded the Liberals (like himself) who went over to the Union side.

Hon. N.W. Rowell, One Year of Union Government: Address at Bowmanville, Ont., December 17, 1918

pamphlet, 24 pages
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