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  • Kim Campbell
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    In a democracy, government isn't something that a group of people do TO everybody else, it's not even something they do FOR every body else, it should be something they do WITH everybody else. 'Kim Campbell, March 25th, 1993 Avril Phaedra Douglas Campbell was born in Port Alben i, B.C. SHortly after her birth her parents moved to Vancouver where her father was studying law. Her family life didn't turn out to be successful, so her parents divorced when she was 12. By the age of 13 she changed her...
  • Labour And Conservative Party Leaderships
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    The Battle for the Campaign Agenda in Britain (1997) The 1997 election was a struggle, not just for votes, but also to control the campaign agenda. Significant, but contradictory, challenges faced the media, parties and the public. For journalists, the problem was how to engender any zip into the campaign. Ever since Black Wednesday, in September 1992, Labour had seemed assured of victory while Conservative support floundered in the doldrums. For five years, perhaps it just seemed like longer, p...
  • Current Federal Governing Party In Canada
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    The Four Political Parties of Canada In a country as vast and as culturally diverse as Canada, many different political opinions can be found stretched across the country. From the affluent neighbourhoods of West Vancouver to the small fishing towns located on the east coast of Newfoundland, political opinions and affiliations range from the left wing to the right wing. To represent these varying political views, Canada has four official national political parties to choose from: the Liberals (w...
  • Thing Brian Mulroney And His Tories
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    The destruction of the Progressive Conservative Party started in 1983 when it named Brian Mulroney the successor to Joe Clark as head of the Progressive Conservative Party. The next year elections were held and the Progressive Conservatives won record two hundred and eleven seats. He was then re-elected in the four years later as the Conservatives won another majority. Brian Mulroney was the heart of Canadians dislike of politicians and government in general. The news media claimed the recession...
  • Conservative Movement In America
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    Many people argue that the conservative movement started with an article in the National Review on November 19, 1955. The name of the article was the "Publisher's Statement", written by William F. Buckley Jr., the magazine's editor-publisher. At the age of 30, Buckley declared, "let's face it: Unlike Vienna it seems altogether possible that did National Review not exist, no one would have invented it". During the first five years, the magazine's circulation hovered around 20,000. This would be t...
  • Joint Managing Conservators Of The Following Child
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    [divorce caption] FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE On the Court heard this case. Appearances Petitioner, {{ }} , [appeared in person and through attorney of record, [name name and announced ready for trial.] [did not appear in person but has agreed to the entry of this order as evidenced by Petitioner's signature below.] Respondent, {{ }} , [appeared in person and announced ready for trial.] [appeared through attorney of record, [name name and announced ready for trial.] [appeared in person and through a...
  • Sir John Alexander Macdonald
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    Sir John Alexander Macdonald Macdonald was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1815. His father, Hugh Macdonald, set up a small manufacturing business in Glasgow. The business failed, and the Macdonald family immigrated to Canada when John was five years old. It was only through the perseverance of his mother that Macdonald received a good education. At the age of ten Macdonald was sent away from home to attend the Midland Grammar School in Kingston, Ontario. When he was 15, he was apprenticed to Geor...
  • Conservative Party And Disraeli's Attacks On Peel
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    It would have been too much of a under taking to capture the definition of Conservatism on a whole in the content of Europe, so I decided to narrow down to the states of Britain and Germany where conservative government and thinkers were most predominate. General definitions of conservatism are difficult and ultimately, fruitless, since conservatism is a national phenomenon. Liberalism and socialism, on the other hand, is to much lesser extent the product of particular political tradition or rel...
  • Peels Aim
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    Peel did achieve his main objectives during his ministry. Peels objectives were stated in the Tamworth Manifesto. He wanted to broaden the conservatives appeal by modernisation, which by the end of his period in office he had done. He wanted cautious reform such as helping the labouring classes, for example removing and reducing custom duties, also an aim was to reform the financial institutions, which had been left by the Whigs in a dreadful state, which he also accomplished by the bank charter...
  • Conservative Party Of Britain
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    How far, if at all, does Thatcherism as a political creed deviate from traditional Conservatism? Margaret Thatcher is perhaps one of the most influential politicians that has ever been seen in the British Isles and it is undeniable that her influence has left an indelible mark on the contemporary political scene. The extent as to which her ideologies were innovative or simply re-invention of the traditional conservative stance is open to much debate and a number of issues affects the way in whic...
  • Progressive Conservative Party Promises
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    The federal election, which will be held on November 27th, has become a major focus for me. I have looked up every partyf's platform, and decided to vote for the Progressive Conservatives for many reasons, including health care, tax cuts, and immigration. Since I am from Korea, the immigration issue is extremely important to me. Also, as a Canadian citizen, health care and tax cuts are essential to my life in Canada. I think the Progressive Conservative Party has the best platform for these issu...
  • Lloyd George
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    Account For The Fall Of Lloyd George Account For The Fall Of Lloyd George In 1922 Unfortunately for Lloyd George his achievements, such as The Sex Disqualification Removal Act (1919), The Addison Housing Act (1919) and the Rent Act (1920) were not enough to save the coalition. He had been losing working-class support steadily and it was 'significant that Labour won 13 by-elections between 1918 and 1922. Much depended on whether the Conservative MPs would continue to support him at the next gener...

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