A Charter Group: The Political Behaviour, Identity and Constitutional Discourse of Anglophone Quebec, From Bill 22 to the Charlottetown Referendum, 1974-1992

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A Charter Group: The Political Behaviour, Identity and Constitutional Discourse of Anglophone Quebec, From Bill 22 to the Charlottetown Referendum, 1974-1992
Abstract
An examination of the political behaviour and identity of Anglophone Quebec, from that of a segment of the English-Canadian majority to that of a distinctive Canadian minority group. The author argues that Anglophone Quebecers look to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as both a political tool and as a source of identity.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Carleton University
Place
Ottawa, ON
Date
1996
Language
en
Citation
Westreich, Daniel. “A Charter Group: The Political Behaviour, Identity and Constitutional Discourse of Anglophone Quebec, From Bill 22 to the Charlottetown Referendum, 1974-1992.” Master’s Thesis, Carleton University, 1996.
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