Political space and economic space: Quebec and the empire of the St. Lawrence

Heintzman, Ralph
June 1994
Journal of Canadian Studies;Summer94, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p19
Academic Journal
Traces the evolving relationship between the way in which the French Canadians in Quebec perceived their potential economic space and the way in which they have defined political space since the Conquest. Henri Bourassa's theory of the cultural compact of Confederation; Preservation of the Canadian political space and nourishment of Canadian values.


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