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What evidence is there to support John A. Macdonald’s argument that BC would be better off joining the United States if the transcontinental railway was not built?

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    Obviously BC would have more contact with the East coast with the U.S. transcontinental railroad if Canada hadn't built its own transcontinental railway.

    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/canadas-transcontinental-railway-completed

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