King : William Lyon Mackenzie King : a life guided by the hand of destiny

Contributors: Paul, Mona.
2012, DAISY Talking Book , 1 audio disc (27 hrs., 48 min.) : Restricted to print disabled patrons.
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Summary/Review: Mackenzie King loosened the Imperial connection with Britain and was wary of American power, yet he loved all things British and acted like a praised more...
Summary/Review: Mackenzie King loosened the Imperial connection with Britain and was wary of American power, yet he loved all things British and acted like a praised schoolboy when Churchill or FDR treated him as an equal. A brilliant tactician who was committed to Canadian unity, King introduced unemployment insurance, family allowances and old-age pensions. He was also insecure, craved flattery, and was prone to fantasy - especially about the Tory conspiracy against him.
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