A Completely Man Made And Artificial Cataract Analysis

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When thinking of the Niagara Falls one thinks of the falls natural and pristine beauty, however in Daniel Macfarlane article A Completely Man-Made and Artificial Cataract, he disassembles this thought. Hydroelectricity and Niagara Falls both became a discussion during the 1880s leading to several boards and treaty and what Macfarlane would deem as a negotiated high modernism. The International Niagara Board of Control dictated the amount of diversions each side got, which throughout the years and historical events increased to the point of public notice. This then lead to the Niagara River Water Diversion Treaty, implemented in October 1950, which was not beneficial to Canada. Due to public notice and the Boundary Waters Treaty, both Canada
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