I wanted to thank Chris Judd who is indeed “Outstanding in his field” as THE EQUITY’s agricultural columnist for his recent article on conscription and the impacts of the World Wars on our Pontiac farming communities.
Indeed, conscription was vigorously debated by rural politicians, including my great-grandfather and namesake, William Andrew Amos, who served as president of both the Canadian Council of Agriculture and the United Farmers of Ontario.
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