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  • ISBN 0889610525
  • ISBN13 978-0889610521
  • Language English
  • Publisher Women's Press (1979)
  • Pages 233
  • Formats lit txt doc azw
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1190 kb
  • Size Fb2 1183 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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Sheehan, Nancy . "Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Canada". L. Kealey, A Not Unreasonable Claim: Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s–1920s (1979). Women and the Law. Article. In The Canadian Encyclopedia. Women in the Labour Force.

This book considers the history of reform ideology in Canada

This book considers the history of reform ideology in Canada. It does so by considering four leading reformers living in what might be described as the most Canadian of Canadian cities, Winnipeg, Manitoba. While the book engages in discussions/debates surrounding the particular individuals it considers, its more general argument is that to understand the history of reform in Canada requires viewing reformers as simultaneously experiencing and responding to two basic phenomena simultaneously.

Divided allegiances: The response of farm and labour women to suffrage. In L. Kealey (E., A not unreasonable claim: Women and reform in Canada, 1880s–1920s (pp. 89−108). Duniway, Abigail . Ward, Jean . & Maveety, Elaine A. (2000)

A Not Unreasonable Claim; Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s-1920s. The Retirement Income System in Canada: Problems and Alternative Policies for Reform (Lazar Report), by the Task Force on Retirement Income Policy. volume 1 and 2. Leacy, .

A Not Unreasonable Claim; Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s-1920s. Toronto: Women's Press, 1979. e. Historical Statistics of Canada, Government, Statistics Canada.

Press, A Not Unreasonable Claim: Women and Social Reform in Canada, 1880s-1920s (Toronto, 1979).

Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s - 1920s (Toronto: The Women’s Press, 1979), 15-46, 204210. Margaret Hillyard Little, Claiming a Unique Place: The Introduction of Mother’s Pensions in British Columbia, Rethinking Canada, 163-78. Janice Fiamengo, Rediscovering our Foremothers Again: Racial Ideas of Canada’s Early Feminists, 1885-1945, Rethinking Canada, 144-63. Michiko Midge Ayukawa, Good Wives and Wise Mothers: Japanese Picture Brides in Early Twentieth Century British Columbia BC Studies (Spring/Summer 1995), 103-18.

Events from the year 1880 in Canada. Governor general – John Campbell. Prime minister – John A. Macdonald. Chief Justice – William Johnstone Ritchie (New Brunswick). Parliament – 4th. Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia – Albert Norton Richards. Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba – Joseph Édouard Cauchon. Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick – Edward Barron Chandler (until February 6) then Robert Duncan Wilmot (from February 11).

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