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The author claims that Quebec maintained its bicameral legislature, long after it was abandoned in other provinces, because of the province's unique socio-cultural make-up. He argues that the Legislative Council contained an over-representation of Quebec's privileged social classes, into which he lumps the English-speaking minority, regardless of partisan attachment. The Legislative Council was abolished in Quebec in 1969.
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Orban, Edmond. 2890523500. Montréal: Bellarmin, 1967.
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