Arthur Meighen: A Way with Words

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Arthur Meighen: A Way with Words

Arthur Meighen A Way with Words Arthur Meighen Canada s ninth prime minister was the greatest debater in Canadian history He led Canada twice as prime minister yet both periods of time were brief against the crafty William Lyon M

  • Title: Arthur Meighen: A Way with Words
  • Author: Roderick Benns
  • ISBN: 9780981243375
  • Page: 354
  • Format: ebook
  • Arthur Meighen, Canada s ninth prime minister, was the greatest debater in Canadian history He led Canada twice as prime minister, yet both periods of time were brief against the crafty William Lyon Mackenzie King He dominated his opponents with razor sharp wit, conviction, and a photographic memory Out of all Canada s prime ministers, he was truly unbeatable in debate.Arthur Meighen, Canada s ninth prime minister, was the greatest debater in Canadian history He led Canada twice as prime minister, yet both periods of time were brief against the crafty William Lyon Mackenzie King He dominated his opponents with razor sharp wit, conviction, and a photographic memory Out of all Canada s prime ministers, he was truly unbeatable in debate Yet for all his skills in winning arguments, he didn t win the hearts of Canadians Find out about this fascinating Canadian in Arthur Meighen A Way with Words.

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    1. Amie's Book Reviews on said:

      Rating: 4 OUT OF 5 STARS 🌟🌟🌟🌟  Although this book is targeted at young adults and middle-grade readers, I believe that Canadians of all ages will enjoy this short, but informative book about our 9th Prime Minister."Historians called Arthur Meighen  (pronounced Mee-an) 'arrogant' a 'heroic failure' and the prime minister 'who might have been' Yet in all of Canadian history, Meighen had no equal when it came to public speaking." The subject matter of this book is something that coul [...]

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