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The Purpose of This Book
The Lack of National Unity
The Quiet Revolution
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advancement amendment attempt basic bilingual country Bilingualism and Biculturalism British North America Brunswick Canada a dual Canada West Canadian Confederation Canadian nation Carson cent Convention decision delegates dual French-English Canada dual French-English country enacted English and French equal partnership equality of status established fact federal bilingual districts Francophones French and English French Canadians French language French-Canadian nation French-English duality French-speaking Human Rights Jean Lesage jurisdiction language of Canada legislative LeVesque linguistic rights proposal Montreal national unity North America Act objectives Official Languages Act Ontario Ottawa Parliament of Canada Pelletier Pierre Bourgault political powers Premier Bertrand Premier Johnson Premier Lesage Premier of Quebec Prime Minister Pearson Prime Minister Trudeau promotion provincial premiers Public Service Commission purpose Quebec leaders Quebec Liberal Party quiet revolution recommend referred rejected resolution rest of Canada section 133 Service Employment Act Single Canada special status statement status for Quebec status of French Trudeau government Union Nationale