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Month: March 1935

Frank Underhill’s Reply to F. R. Scott’s Amendment Suggestions

Click here to view the original document (PDF). UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY 13 March, 1935. Dear Frank, I have been laid up with a cold and so failed to reply to your last draft on the amendment business. I don’t like the phraseology of the first clause which is not very good grammar since it runs— “by a majority vote of. . . and by a majority of the provinces”. Would it be an improvement to say: “by a majority vote of the members of both Houses of… Read more Frank Underhill’s Reply to F. R. Scott’s Amendment Suggestions