Prelude to Quebec's Quiet Revolution: Liberalism vs Neo-Nationalism, 1945-60

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Jun 1, 1985 - History - 400 pages
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Two competing movements emerged in the 1940s to challenge the traditional ideology. One espoused neo-nationalism, the other liberalism. Both were made up of young, dedicated intellectuals and journalists; together they represent the ideological roots of Quebec's Quiet Revolution.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
1 Quebec in Transition
8
The Formative Years
20
3 The Neonationalist Critique of Nationalism
37
4 Cité libre and the Revolution of Mentalities
61
5 Cité libre and Nationalism
84
6 The Nationalist versus the Liberal State
97
7 The Role of Organized Labour
121
9 Quebec Confronts the New Federalism
185
Democratizing a Political Culture
220
11 Ideologues in Search of a Political Party
239
Conclusion
271
Notes
277
Bibliography
337
Index
355
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