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ePub E.C. Drury: Agrarian Idealist (Ontario Historical Studies Series) download
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Charles Johnston
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978-0802034328
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Univ of Toronto Pr; 1st edition (December 1, 1986)
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Drury : agrarian idealist. by. Johnston, Charles Murray, 1926-. Toronto ; Buffalo : Published by University of Toronto Press for the Ontario historical studies series. Premiers ministres - Ontario - Biographies, Agriculture and state - Ontario - History - 20th century, Politics and government, Agriculture and state, Prime ministers, Ontario - Politics and government - 1919-1923, Ontario - Politics and government, Ontario, Ontario - Politique et gouvernement - 1919-1923, Drury, E. C. (Ernest Charles). inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.

Drury: Agrarian Idealist. Series: Heritage The Ontario Historical Studies Series. Published by: University of Toronto Press. Ernest Charles Drury (1878-1968) became the eighth premier of Ontario after the United Farmers of Ontario won the 1919 provincial election. Charles M. Johnston follows the career of Drury through agrarian activism and partisan politics, and explores the personal and ideological forces that directed him. eISBN: 978-1-4875-8895-3. The Ontario Historical Studies Series. Goldwin French, Peter Oliver, Jeanne Beck and Maurice Careless.

His father, Charles Drury, continued the family farm and was a forward-looking farmer who utilized new techniques and technologies. E. Drury: Agrarian Idealist. Ontario Historical Studies. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. In 1882, he was president of the Agricultural and Arts Association of Ontario. In a series of erratic events, the UFO government clashed with the uncooperative UFO organization (led by James J. Morrison throughout Drury's term) which ultimately withdrew its support.

Idealistic agrarian reformer, staunch temperance man, free-trade advocate, Simcoe County 'yeoman,' and progressive populist, Drury was a man of the people and of the land, inevitably tagged the Farmer Premier.

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Ernest Charles Drury was a farmer, politician and writer who served as the eighth .

Ernest Charles Drury was a farmer, politician and writer who served as the eighth Premier of Ontario, Canada, from 1919 to 1923 as the head of a United Farmers of Ontario–Labour coalition government. The Drury government collapsed after it introduced bills in the Legislature that would have brought in proportional representation and a preferential ballot and Drury called an early election. lt;templatestyles src "Module:Citation/CS1/styles.

Drury: Agrarian Idealist This book provides a historical background of separate schools in Ontario. Carbert, Louise I. Agrarian Feminism: The Politics of Ontario Farm Women (1995). Women and the Welfare State. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986: 1-4, 158-160, 196, 200-202. A biography of . Drury Premier of Ontario 1919-1923. This book provides a historical background of separate schools in Ontario. It outlines a chronological table of the development of separate schools beginning with the 1841 act which established common schools for those of a different faith. It lists several other acts, notable developments and their significance to the issue.

In a fiercely fought provincial election in 1919, a new political movement came to power in Ontario. The victorious party was the United Farmers of Ontario. Its leader, Ernest Charles Drury (1878-1968), became the province's eighth premier.

Idealists agrarian reformer, staunch temperance man, free-trade advocate, Simcoe County 'yeoman,' and progressive populist, Drury was a man of the people and of the land, inevitably tagged the Framer Premier. In this biography, Charles M. Johnston follows the career of Drury through agrarian activism and partisan politics, and explores the personal and ideological forces that directed him.

Drury began his career in the farm movement as leader of the Dominion Grange and Farmers' Alliance. He went on to act as the driving force behind the Canadian Council of Agriculte, and then co-founded the UFO in 1913.

Activist though he was , Drury as premier sought no dramatic departures from established political procedues.When others of his party did, notably J.J. Morrison and W.C. Good, drury disavowed their class-consciousness and their formula of group government. Instead he advocated the creation of a people's party, based on what he called Broadening Out - an appeal to all citizens, regardless of class, occupiaton, or political stripe, who were seen to share the farmer's desire for a more humane, moral, and progressive society in the wake of the First World War.

The question of Broadening Out was a controversial one with agrarian ranks, and it led to dissension among the leaders. This weakening of the party combined with the shrewd tactics of Howard Ferguson's Tories to bring about the Drury government's downfall in 1923. During its four years in power it had enacted some solid social welfare legislation, but its defeat was resounding. With it came the effective end of Drury's political career.

Johnston offers a reveal study of a brief chapter in Ontario history and of the man whose principles and ideals shaped it.