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Unformatted text preview: Stephanie Shum Social Studies 11 Completion Summer 2007 Assignment #11 1. In the 1920’s, Canada was a healing country from the aftermaths of the war. Contrary to what the population believed, the war was not a simple and glorious, but was actually a blood bath and death bed for many more than the country was originally told they would have to sacrifice. This almost caused the different ethnic groups to clash, but in the end, the groups united over republicanism. The group tried to shy away from Americanization because it wanted to preserve its natural spurs of population increase and to preserve the colony and traditions of the French-Canadians and the English-Canadians. Following the war, they had finally found a government system that benefited the community and more or less treated everyone fairly, and they did not want to risk any alterations to that...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2010 for the course SOC 000 taught by Professor N/a during the Winter '08 term at UBC.
- Winter '08