Collective Rights, the English-Speaking Minority and the Québec Government, 1867-1988

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Authors/collaborators
Title
Collective Rights, the English-Speaking Minority and the Québec Government, 1867-1988
Abstract
The language debates of the 1970s and 1980s in Quebec were often described as a clash between proponents of French-speaking collective rights and proponents of English-speaking individual rights. The author argues that the various pieces of linguistic legislation also gave expression to the collective rights of anglophones in the province.
Book Title
Language and the State: The Law and Politics of Identity. Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Constitutional Affairs Centre for Constitutional Studies / Langue et État: droit, politique et identité...
Place
Cowansville, QC
Publisher
Les Éditions Yvon Blais Inc.
Date
1991
Pages
243-250
Language
en
Citation
Rudin, Ronald. “Collective Rights, the English-Speaking Minority and the Québec Government, 1867-1988.” In Language and the State: The Law and Politics of Identity. Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Constitutional Affairs Centre for Constitutional Studies / Langue et État: Droit, Politique et Identité..., edited by David Schneiderman, 243–250. Cowansville, QC: Les Éditions Yvon Blais Inc., 1991.
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