May 25, 2015


Analysis

Circus upstaged nation-building

Clowns, acrobats bigger draw than politicians in 1864

The Fathers of Confederation meet in Charlottetown in 1864. John A. Macdonald is seated, centre front.

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The Fathers of Confederation meet in Charlottetown in 1864. John A. Macdonald is seated, centre front.

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