CANADA: Last Coffin Nail

So vacuous is vast Canada that the 90,000 assorted farmers, fox-breeders, lobster folk, oystermen and smugglers who have ample room on the 2,184 square miles of Prince Edward Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence can boast that they are the Dominion's most densely populated province. Last week their ballots drove the final provincial nail into the political coffin of Canada's rich & prosperous Conservative Premier Richard Bedford Bennett who is now somewhat less of a national hero than Herbert Hoover.

Perfunctory was the beating of Conservatives in Quebec in August 1931...

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