Power, Politics, and Principles: Mackenzie King and Labour, 1935-1948

Power, Politics, and Principles: Mackenzie King and Labour, 1935-1948

by Taylor Hollander

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781487521936
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division
Publication date: 05/11/2018
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Taylor Hollander is a Middle School History Teacher at Orchard House School in Richmond Virginia.

Table of Contents

Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction


  1. The Unity of Our Country, Fall 1935-Fall 1939
    The Prime Minister
    The Labour Movement
    The Employers
    Other Groups
  2. The Breastplate of Righteousness, Fall 1939-Fall 1941
    More of the Same
    Incongruities
    Fine-Tuning
    Plant Committees
  3. The Task that Lies Ahead, Fall 1941-Fall 1942
    The Campaign
    Intransigence
    Respect and Dignity
    Adherence
  4. A Code of Labour Relations, Fall 1942-Spring 1944
    The Impetus
    The Experts
    The Code
  5. A Fine Conclusion, Spring 1944-Summer 1948
    Tempering
    The Rand Formula
    Postwar Tumult
    The Middle of the Road

Afterword
Reference
Index

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Marcel Martel

"Lively, engaging, and accessible, Power, Politics, and Principles centres on King and the pivotal role played by his cabinet, particularly in the development of labour policies during the Second World War and the implementation of PC 1003."

Paul Craven

"The real strength of Power, Politics, and Principles is in its account of wartime and immediate postwar Dominion labour policy, especially in the context of contestation within the labour movement. While various aspects of this are covered in other works with different foci, Taylor Hollander provides an excellent summation with instructive detail."

Peter McInnis

"Power, Politics, and Principles is carefully researched and written in lively prose. It covers a period in the history of Canadian industrial relations and labour history that remains essential for scholars to appreciate."

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