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Confed. - Political

Political Reasons for Confederation

" double majority " canada east and canada west had the same number of seats so it became impossible to pass any laws
" loose fish " members who didn’t belong to a party voted any which way on issues, which caused political deadlock
too many political parties it became difficult to get a majority government because there were too many political parties
language, culture, religion language, culture, and religion made the union artificial so it became bound to fail
rep. by pop. arguments upper canada became larger than lower canada, so english canada wanted rep. by pop., which was opposed by french canada
Created by: amandanicole