Quebecois ou Canadien?

May 1980
National Review;5/30/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p643
The article comments on the referendum in Quebec on May 20, 1980 that would decide on whether Premier René Lévesque should be given a mandate to negotiate the sovereignty of Quebec from Canada. An overview of the status of French separatism among voters in Quebec, is presented. The impact of the referendum on Quebec's efforts toward independence is examined. It explores the effects if the No vote emerged victorious in the referendum. The outlook of the rest of Canada on a national breakup is also offered.


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