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L. Morton, 1957. 7. It should be noted that it is not being suggested that the ideological perspectives about to be characterised were universally held by the agrarian petite bourgeoisie. Indeed, as the collapse of the UFO, UFM, and, later, of the UF A provincial governments, as weIl as the disarray of the Progressive party, were to prove, when it came to the crunch, the movement found itself unable to impose ideological hegemony over the whole ofthe agrarian petite bourgeoisie. Yet, as we will see later, the very indecisiveness and internat contradictions which were to wreak such havoc on the movement were themselves features ofthe newly matured agrarian petit-bourgeois ideology.
16. 'From a Farmer's Standpoint', correspondence between R. J. Vair and C. A. Mallory (one page, no place of publication, 1904), cited in Hann, 1973, p. 13. 17. Sir Wilfred Laurier, quoted in Brown and Cook, 1974, p. 161. 18. For the complete story see Callahan, 1937; EIlis, 1939; Glazebrook, 1942; and Masters, 1961. 19. Weekly Sun, 15 March 1911, cited in Brown and Cook, 1974, p. 161. 20. Quoted in Masters, 1961, p. 19. 21. See Morton, 1967 and W. Young, 1969 for this argument. 22. See Patton, 1928, pp.
5. See Ionescu and Gellner, 1969 for an example of the diverse usage of the term. See Walicki, 1969 for a detailed account of an analysis of Russian Agrarian Petit-Bourgeois Responses to Capitalist Industrialisation 33 Populism from Lenin's perspective and a vindication of that perspective. 6. The Manitoba and Northwest Farmers' Protective Union, the Settlers' Union in Saskatchewan, the Society of Equity and the Patrons of Industry all made their appearance on the Prairies. See A. S. Morton, 1938, pp.
The Making of a Class: Cadres in French Society by Luc Boltanski