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Canada's Francophone Minority Communities: Constitutional Renewal and the Winning of School Governance
  • M. Behiels
  • Political Science
  • Canadian Journal of Political Science
  • 1 February 2005
Canada's Francophone Minority Communities: Constitutional Renewal and the Winning of School Governance, Michael D. Behiels, Montreal and Kingston: McGill Queen's University Press, 2004, pp. xxx, 442.Expand
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Prelude to Quebec's Quiet Revolution: Liberalism Versus Neo-Nationalism, 1945-1960
In this study of the intellectual origins of Quebec's Quiet Revolution of the 1960s, Michael Behiels has provided the most comprehensive account to date of the two competing ideological movementsExpand
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René Lévesque and the Parti Québécois in Power by Graham Fraser (review)
university of toronto quarterly, volume 72, number 1, winter 2002/3 Learning to Look sometimes implies B memory is described as having the potential to >be turned into a constructive source ofExpand
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Quebec Since 1945: Selected Readings
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FLQ: The Anatomy of an Underground Movement by Louis Fournier (review)
Much of this story has been told before, both in Rowe's History of Newfoundland and Labrador and in Smallwood's own self-serving tomes. The assessments of Smallwood's friends and enemies, to whichExpand
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The Bloc Populaire Canadien and the Origins of French-Canadian Neo-nationalism, 1942–8
THESE TWO NATIONALIST LOGANS express the fundamental aspirations of the Bloc Populaire Canadien. The Bloc Populaire, born out of a dual concern over the possibility of conscription for overseasExpand
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