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Communication as mobilization: The development of newspaper-based political parties in Upper Canada, 1820-1841

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This dissertation examines the emergence of political parties in Upper Canada in the 1820s and 1830s, discovering that newspaper communication was vital. On a practical level, newspapers facilitated the communicative connections between partisans and
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