Authoritarian Signaling, Mass Audiences And Nationalist Protest In Canad Analysis

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Catch: From 1956-1992 Canada was the the United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Force largest and single contributor,but dramatically decreased after 1992. Canada in 2011, was 57th of the 193 UN member states. Background Information:
A peacekeeping nation, is a country that strives on helping developing countries, and countries in crisis. Also, a peacekeeping nation is one that doesn’t discriminate, maintains peace in its own country, and helps the United Nations (UN) by contributing money and soldiers that maintain peace without any use of violence. That was Canada from 1956-1992 but Canada’s past does not support its title as a peacekeeping nation.

Argument one: Canadian government discriminated its minority groups, instead of trying to
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Also, the study showed that Canadians were more concerned about how Canada was perceived to others.

Citation/Footnote #1: "Authoritarian Signaling, Mass Audiences and Nationalist Protest in China." ResearchGate. Accessed January 17, 2016.

Explanation: This shows that Canada was being negligent towards its own people, and the Canadian government was not trying to help the soldiers recover from a violent battle or bring peace to their families and other Canadian citizens.

Transitional Word/Phrase #2: Secondly,

Point #2: Québécois and English Canadians were never at peace in the past.

Proof #2: In 1963, there was a separatist movement in Canada, and they were called the FLQ (Front de Liberation du Quebec) : Whose goal was to liberate the Quebec citizens from the English power, their motto was “Independence or death”.

Citation/Footnote #2: " - Canadian News Sports Entertainment Kids Docs Radio TV." CBCnews Quiet Movement. November 26, 2015. Accessed January 17, 2016.
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Proof #3: Canada and Britain created the “Indian Act” in 1876, the Act encouraged Aboriginals to report each other create a non-peaceful environment, it was also their responsibility to take care of their issues.

Citation/Footnote #3: "" .Aborignals. Accessed January 17, 2016.

Explanation #3: The Act disturbed the peace the Aboriginals had, causing them to weaken their connections to each other. The Canadian government did not try to solve the Aboriginals problems, but afflicted pain, betrayal and confusion between the Aboriginals, invoking a non-peaceful environment.

Transitional Word/Phrase #4: Lastly,

Concluding Sentence: The Indian Act, presents the absence of the Canadian government during hardships for the Aboriginals. The Canadian government disregarded the problems of the Aboriginals, resulting in confusion and distrust among the Aboriginal people.

Transition Sentence (Link this argument to the next argument in a well crafted sentence):
In addition Canada created disharmony, but also contributed less to the United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping

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