Schools, Signs and Separation: Quebec Anglophones, Canadian Constitutional Politics, and International Language Rights

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Title
Schools, Signs and Separation: Quebec Anglophones, Canadian Constitutional Politics, and International Language Rights
Abstract
A study of minority language rights in Quebec by examining Canadian and international litigation on English Quebec rights. The author concludes by speculating on what might be the status of Anglophone minority language rights in a sovereign Quebec.
Publication
Denver Journal of International Law and Policy
Volume
Vol. 27
Issue
no. 3
Pages
449-481
Date
June 1999
Language
en
Citation
Green, William. “Schools, Signs and Separation: Quebec Anglophones, Canadian Constitutional Politics, and International Language Rights.” Denver Journal of International Law and Policy Vol. 27, no. 3 (June 1999): 449–481.
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