agrarian revolt in western Canada

a survey showing American parallels.
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University of Minnesota Press , Minneapolis
Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Canada, Agricultural societies -- Canada., Canada -- Politics and government -- 20th ce
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The Agrarian Revolt in Western Canada was first published in A revised edition appeared in In the s, two American graduate students travelled to the prairie provinces to research Canadian farm movements.

One was Seymour Martin Lipset and the other was Paul F. Sharp. Subsequently, their revised dissertations were published as by: 9.

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One was Seymour Martin Lipset and the other was Paul F. Sharp. Subsequently, their revised dissertations were published as books.

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