'Un petit examen de conscience' : Joseph-Papin Archambault et la reconquête linguistique de Montréal (1912-1922)

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'Un petit examen de conscience' : Joseph-Papin Archambault et la reconquête linguistique de Montréal (1912-1922)
Abstract
Joseph-Papin Archambault (1880-1966) was a Jesuit priest who in 1913, following the Congrès de la langue française in Montreal the year earlier, which sparked his concern over the lack of French in the city's business community, helped found the Ligue des droits du française. In 1917, Archambault was instrumental in the founding of the Ligue d'Action française, which published the militant nationalist periodical, l'Action française.
Publication
Bulletin d'histoire politique
Volume
Vol. 24
Issue
no. 3
Pages
51-64
Date
Printemps 2016
Language
fr
Citation
Bérubé, Harold, and Olivier Lemieux. “’Un petit examen de conscience’ : Joseph-Papin Archambault et la reconquête linguistique de Montréal (1912-1922).” Bulletin d’histoire politique Vol. 24, no. 3 (Printemps 2016): 51–64.
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