James Lorimer & Company, Apr 16, 2001 - History - 222 pages
Published in 2001, this collection brings together the province's leading writers and thinkers in a lively and challenging debate about Quebec nationalism.
This collection of articles from leading Quebec intellectuals debates such topics as the federal government's clarity bill, the prospects for another referendum, and Quebec's place in Canada. Included are leading writers, politicians and thinkers spanning a wide range of viewpoints including Charles Taylor, Gregory Baum, Jean Charest and Lucien Bouchard.
Vive Quebec! is a vital introduction to the issues of concern in contemporary Quebec society.
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