Politics of the 1920’s

William Lyon Mackenzie King was the longest serving prime minister in Canada. He served over 30’s years and was the grandson of William Lyon Mackenzie, the leader of the rebellion in upper Canada.
Due to the issue of the conscription crisis of 1917 French Canadians remained angry at their English speaking counterparts. This rift would still be felt a century later in the form of Quebec Separatists.
Prime minster King was believed to have a belief in spiritualism and would sometimes attempt through mediums and séances to communicate with the dead.

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