Quebec: Social Change and Political Crisis

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McClelland & Stewart, 1976 - Business & Economics - 216 pages

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Historical Foundations
The Scope and Pattern of Economic Growth
The Modernization of FrenchCanadian Society

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1973 provincial election Action liberale nationale activities American among Anglo Anglophone Anglophone Canadians Asbestos strike auton Bill 22 Boily Bourassa bourgeoisie Canada Canada Pension Plan Canadian federal Canadian Labour Congress Canadian political CEGEPs Census cern cial Claude Castonguay Claude Charron Claude Ryan Commission conservatism corporations cultural Daniel Johnson Daniel Latouche demands du Quebec Duplessis Eastern Townships economic economic development economic elite election electoral English English-Canadian enterprises eral Eric Kierans ethnic federal government federal system Fernand Dumont FLQ Crisis Franco Francophone workers French Canadians French language French-Canadian nationalism French-Canadian society Gendron Commission goals government of Quebec governmental However hydro-electric Hydro-Quebec Ibid identity ideology immigrants industrial institutions interests Jacques Henripin Jacques Parizeau James Bay Jean Hamelin Jean Lesage Jean-Jacques Bertrand joual Kenneth McRoberts La Presse language Laval Le Devoir leaders leadership Lemieux les Canadiens Lesage administration Lesage regime Liberal Liberal Party major Manicouagan Marcel Rioux Maurice Duplessis ment Michel Brunet middle-class Montreal nationalist neo-nationalist nomic October Crisis Ontario Ottawa Parti quebecois phones Pierre Elliott Trudeau Pierre Harvey Pierre Laporte political modernization population position programmes provincial government public sector Quebec City Quebec economy Quebec Francophones Quebec government Quebec independence Quebec nationalism Quebec problem Quebec separatism Quebec society Quiet Revolution Rene Levesque Robert Bourassa Robert Rumilly role rural Schefferville schools separatism separatist social and economic Social Credit Societe generale statism Thus tion tional Toronto treal two-party system Union nationale urban Victoria Charter Vincent Lemieux vote within Quebec working-class

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