Trouble in Mouseland: Trouble in Mouseland

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Now if you think it strange that mice should elect a government made up of cats, you just look at the history of Canada for last 90 years and maybe you will see that they weren't any stupider than we are. Now I am not saying anything against the cats. They were nice fellows. They conducted their government with dignity. They passed good laws--that is, laws that were good for cats. However, the laws that were good for cats weren't very good for mice.

One of the laws said that mouseholes had to be big enough so a cat could get his paw in. Another law said that mice could only travel at certain speeds--so that a cat could get his breakfast without too much effort. All the laws were good laws.

For cats. But, oh, they were hard on the mice. And life was getting harder and harder. And when the mice couldn't put up with it any more, they decided something had to be done about it.

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Trouble in Mouseland: Trouble in Mouseland

So they went en masse to the polls. They voted the black cats out. They put in the white cats. Now the white cats had put up a terrific campaign.


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Used to walk to the polls and cast their ballots. Some of them even got a ride to the polls. And got a ride for the next four years afterwards too. Just like you and me. And every time on election day all the little mice used to go to the ballot box and they used to elect a government.

A government made up of big, fat, black cats.

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They were nice fellows. They conducted their government with dignity.

They passed good laws—that is, laws that were good for cats. One of the laws said that mouseholes had to be big enough so a cat could get his paw in. Another law said that mice could only travel at certain speeds—so that a cat could get his breakfast without too much effort.


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All the laws were good laws. They put in the white cats. And they did. And the square mouseholes were twice as big as the round mouseholes, and now the cat could get both his paws in. And life was tougher than ever.

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Then they went back to the white cats. Then to the black cats. They even tried half black cats and half white cats. And they called that coalition. They even got one government made up of cats with spots on them: they were cats that tried to make a noise like a mouse but ate like a cat.

Tommy Douglas Takes Mouseland

The trouble was that they were cats. And because they were cats, they naturally looked after cats instead of mice.

The Story of Mouseland: As told by Tommy Douglas in 1944

Presently there came along one little mouse who had an idea. My friends, watch out for the little fellow with an idea.