Ludden, Jennifer
September 1994
New Republic;9/19/94-9/26/94, Vol. 211 Issue 12/13, p12
Opposes the separation of Quebec from the Canadian confederation as proposed by Premier candidate Jacques Parizeau in 1994. Educational and professional background of Parizeau; Views of economists on the state of standard of living in a sovereign Quebec; Level of support given by young adults to the separatist cause; Description of the cultural clash between English- and French-speaking Canadians.


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