2 edition of Rise of the Clear Grits, 1850-1861 as seen by the Toronto Globe. found in the catalog.
Rise of the Clear Grits, 1850-1861 as seen by the Toronto Globe.
James Evan Cruickshank
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1949.
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After the Old Radicals were accommodated in the Hincks-Morin ministry (), the young Grits fell in behind George Brown, who replaced their republicanism with British liberalism. The Brownite Liberals, advocating Rep by Pop and annexation of the North-West, became the dominant party in Canada West by the mids and formed the basis of.
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30, by Don E Williams (Book). George Brown () was the influential editor of the Toronto Globe, the most powerful newspaper in British North America. He was also leader of the Liberal Party, arch-rival of John A. Macdonald, and the statesman who held the key to Confederation at its most critical stage.
This second volume traces the sectional conflict Rise of the Clear Grits brought political deadlock by and makes clear. The Reform element was represented by Messrs. Spence and Ross, the latter a son-in-law of Mr. Baldwin; but the new Upper Canada Reformers, "Clear Grits," as they were termed, were left out in the cold, and opposed the new Government as vigorously as.
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