Canadian statesman Mackenzie King studied law in his youth. Entering Parliament in 1909, King served as deputy Minister of Labor from 1909-14.
In 1919, King became the leader of the Liberal Party. King first served as Prime Minister from 1921-1930, and then again from 1935-1948. He supported greater independence for the Commonwealth.
King worked closely with Franklin Roosevelt during World War II. He represented Canada at the founding of the United Nations.
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