Nice hashtag. But you could have put in a bit more information (like a date maybe). John A. only officially resigned once but he “stepped down” multiple times. He had to resign because he knew he was going to lose. To the public, he stood behind his “faith to the queen” and resigned because his morals were to stay faithful, and he didn’t want to go against her said decision to make Ottawa the capital. So he made it look good in the public eye, but really he knew the government would fall under the Liberals and he would be able to regain power later on. #sneakyguy
I like the snap chat and caption it reminds me of the video of john a MacDonald and how he resigned from power because he couldn't get the votes from George brown and the liberals and didn't want to go against the queen. I think you could have added a little explanation under it saying why you captioned it like you did because if I wasn't in the class I would have no idea what you're talking about.
I thought this snap chat was really good and really made John A. seem like he was in the video we watched in class. I liked the hash tag. I do think you should have added some more information, maybe a date or something about George Brown. Here is a link to a website including stuff from the video, and the dysfunctional relationship of these two political men. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/television/the-feuds-of-john-and-george-political-gangsters/article627339/. They had a great feud, and I like how they were called political gangsters.
I thought that this snapchat of john a Macdonald was really good and pretty funny. To me it seemed John A. seem like he was same in the video we watched in class from the post. I think it would have been better if you included more information and date because John A. only officially resigned once but he stepped down multiple times. Take of loo at this YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gI6c0JkURCU I this it has a lot of interesting information about John A. Macdonald and I think you might enjoy it.
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