|Title:||The Making of a Premier: An Outline of the Life Story of the Right Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, G. M. G.|
|Publisher:||The Musson Book Company Ltd.|
|Tags:||biography, non-fiction, politics|
Mr. McGillicuddy's work is timely. There is a special reason why at this time the people of Canada should seek as intimate knowledge as possible of their political leaders. The death of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the retirement of Sir Robert Borden, and the rise of a new political party, the Progressive or Farmers', have brought into positions of responsibility and prominence three new men, each under fifty years and not long known to the public—Mr. King, Mr. Crerar, and Mr. Meighen. Moreover, because of the new party alignment, the nature of the Premier's office and the relation of the Government to Parliament have been changed. [Suggest a different description.]
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