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Report of the Royal Commission, 1933

Report of the Royal Commission, 1933
Lord Amulree headed a Royal Commission in 1933 to investigate the political and financial affairs of the Newfoundland and Labrador government. His report, published in October 1933, ignored the effects of the Great Depression and mistakenly blamed the country's financial problems on political mismanagement and corruption alone.

From Newfoundland Royal Commission, Newfoundland Royal Commission Report 1933 (London: H.M.S.O., 1933) Title Page.

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