This book is a member of the special collection Special Collection: Canadian Political and Constitutional History
|Title:||Are Legislatures Parliament? A Study and Review|
|Tags:||Canada, history, non-fiction, political science|
A surprisingly interesting examination of the extent of the powers of the legislatures of Canada prior to Confederation. At the time of writing, Taylor was Deputy Clerk of the Senate of Canada. [Suggest a different description.]
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