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The Path to Power, page 3

Mackenzie King at the National Liberal Convention, August 5-7, 1919.
Mackenzie King at the National Liberal Convention, August 5-7, 1919.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-024305
Pointers & Directions to Delegates, National Liberal Convention, 1919.
Pointers & Directions to Delegates, National Liberal Convention, 1919.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada
Pierre Trudeau at the Liberal leadership convention, April 6, 1968.
Pierre Trudeau at the Liberal leadership convention, April 6, 1968.
© National Archives of Canada
Credit: Duncan Cameron/National Archives of Canada, PA-111213
Paste-ups for possible winners of the 1976 Progressive Conservative convention.
Paste-ups for possible winners of the 1976 Progressive Conservative convention.
© TimePix
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-085894 (Paul Hellyer), C-085892 (Flora MacDonald), C-085896 (Brian Mulroney), C-085895 (Claude Wagner)
Joe Clark on the cover of Time
Newly-elected Progressive Conservative Party leader Joe Clark, 1976.
© TimePix
Source: Time, March 1, 1976
Map of Canada illustrating Mulroney's Progressive Conservative Party landslide win (in blue) in 1984.
Map of Canada illustrating Mulroney's Progressive Conservative Party landslide win (in blue) in 1984.
© Crown / Natural Resources Canada
Source: Results of the 33rd Federal Election, September 4, 1984 [map]. Ottawa: Geographical Services Division, 1985.
Robert Borden's lucky sprig & letter from George Buskard to Arthur Meighen, October 1921.
Robert Borden's "lucky sprig" and letter from George Buskard to Arthur Meighen, October 1921.
© Unknown
Source: National Archives of Canada
Robert Borden�s notes on his lucky sprig & Letter from Borden to Meighen, October 2, 1921.
Robert Borden�s notes on his lucky sprig and letter from Borden to Meighen, October 2, 1921.
© Estate of Robert Borden
Source: National Archives of Canada
Fuddle-Duddle Dollar
Fuddle-Duddle Dollar
© Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Source : Bank of Canada National Currency Collection
The Old Pilot (Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier), c. 1908.
The Old Pilot (Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier), c. 1908.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-141142
King's Mixed Pickles, c.1925.
King's Mixed Pickles, c.1925. Artist: A. G. Racey.
© Public Domain
Source: National Archives of Canada, C-044301
Campaign buttons
Campaign buttons
© Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Source: National Archives of Canada
Sir Charles Tupper button
Sir Charles Tupper button
© Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Source: National Archives of Canada
Lester Pearson Button
Lester "Mike" Pearson button
© Liberal Party of Canada
Source: National Archives of Canada
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