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Anglophones and Francophones in the Larger
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anglo-conformity anglophone Canadians anglophone culture anglophones and francophones bilingualism Bill 22 Bourassa Catholic centralisation chapter claim CNTU co-operative collective and cultural Confederation cophones Creditiste criticism Devoir differences distinctiveness dominant Duplessis economic assimilation election English Canada English mother tongue English-language equal collective rights equal cultural rights equalise ethnic group ethnic origin favour federal government federalists fran francophone culture francophones and anglophones French Canadians French language French mother tongue French-English relations Gendron Commission Gendron Commission 1972 glophones goals Ibid immigrants independence independentists inequalities issue joual Jour labour language group leaders leisure area Liberals majority ment minority group Montreal nationalism nationalists options organisation Ottawa Parti Quebecois political poll position proposals Quebec government Quebec nationalists Quiet Revolution radical Rioux Rocher Royal Commission 1968 situation Social Credit social problem socialist society special status success tion Toronto Star Trudeau unilingual Union nationale vote