The Opposition of Quebec’s English-Speaking Community to Sovereignty: The Misconceptions of Identity

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Title
The Opposition of Quebec’s English-Speaking Community to Sovereignty: The Misconceptions of Identity
Abstract
Despite its title, the majority of this article deals with how English Canadians outside Quebec feel towards the Quebec sovereigntist movement. The author's conclusion deals specifically with English Quebec. His argument is that English Canadians are sceptical of the sovereigntist project because of differing perceptions regarding macro-economic concerns and regarding Francophone emphasis on language vis-à-vis cultural preservation.
Book Title
L’impact référendaire
Place
Sillery, QC
Publisher
Presses de l’Université Québec
Date
1995
Pages
123-134
Language
en
Citation
Thomas, Timothy. “The Opposition of Quebec’s English-Speaking Community to Sovereignty: The Misconceptions of Identity.” In L’impact Référendaire, edited by Guy Lachapelle, Pierre P. Tremblay, and John E. Trent, 123–134. Sillery, QC: Presses de l’Université Québec, 1995.
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