The Shaping of Québec Politics and Society: Colonialism, Power, and the Transition to Capitalism in the 19th Century

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Title
The Shaping of Québec Politics and Society: Colonialism, Power, and the Transition to Capitalism in the 19th Century
Abstract
A Marxist analysis challenging the traditional historiographical interpretation that Quebec history from the Conquest to the Act of Union was essentially a "national" struggle of French Canadians against British colonial administrators and English-speaking merchants. The authors view this period from a socio-political perspective. Although the primary focus of the book is on French-speaking Lower Canada, the authors do touch on English Quebec historiography.
Place
Washington, DC
Publisher
Crane Russak
Date
1992
Language
en
Citation
Bernier, Gérard, and Daniel Salée. The Shaping of Québec Politics and Society: Colonialism, Power, and the Transition to Capitalism in the 19th Century. Washington, DC: Crane Russak, 1992.
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