Anderson, James Thomas Milton
James Thomas Milton Anderson, educator, author, premier of Saskatchewan (b at
Following the defeat of J.G. GARDINER's ministry on 6 Sept 1929, Anderson formed the Co-operative government, a coalition of Conservatives, Progressives and Independents. The controversy surrounding the 1930-31 amendments to the School Act obscured his administration's legislative record. Two years after his government's crushing defeat in 1934, Anderson retired from politics and managed an insurance company before being appointed acting superintendent of the School for the Deaf, Saskatoon, in 1944.