Quebec Separatism

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Anglophobie: Made in Quebec
Johnson, William
Johnson, an Ottawa-based columnist for the Montreal Gazzette, argues in this work that French Quebec's literary and intellectual traditions were characterized by anglophobia, a fear and mistrust of En...
Blood and Belonging: Journey into the New Nationalism
Ignatieff, Michael
Essays on nationalism in Serbia, Croatia, Germany, Ukraine, Quebec, Kurdistan, and Northern Ireland.
Canada Remapped: How the Partition of Quebec Will Reshape the Nation
Reid, Scott
Explores what might happen in the event of a decision by Quebec to separate from Canada.
Canada Since 1960: A People's History: A Left Perspective on 50 Years of Politics, Economics and Culture
Gonick, By (ed.)
An account of the most important developments in Canadian history from the 1960s to today, seen through the eyes of Canadian Dimension magazine.
Canada's 1960s: The Ironies of Identity in a Rebellious Era
Palmer, Bryan D.
A history of social movements of the 1960s, including Canada’s student and anti-war movements, the rise of women’s liberation, labour agitation, and Quebec’s independence movement.
Capitalism and the National Question in Canada
Teeple, Gary
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Cree Agenda Becomes Part of Federal Election
The politicians of all parties are acting as if Aboriginal rights are irrelevant to this question of Quebec secession. Not only is it relevant: it is, in fact, central to the whole question. And if th...
Declaration of Support for Quebec's Right to Self-Determination: Signatories: Professors at University of Toronto and York University
This declaration is signed by more than a dozen English-speaking professors in Canadian universities.
Front de libération du Québec: Connexipedia: Article in the Canadian Encyclopedia
A organization that used propaganda and terrorism to promote the emergence of an independent Québec.
Letters to a Quebecois Friend
Resnick, Philip, with a reply by Daniel LaTouche
Philip Resnick, a political scientist and long-time radical, formerly from Quebec, but now teaching at the University of British Columbia, wrote the "letters" in this volume to an imaginary Quebecois ...
Long Way From Home: The story of the Sixties generation in Canada
Kostash, Myrna
An account of the upheavals and transformations experienced by those who came of age in the 1960s, a time when international currents of change intersected with specifically Canadian events and circum...
Matthew Coon Come Speech, September 19, 1994: Speaking Notes for Grand Chief Matthew Coon Come Centre for Strategic and Iinternational Studies
The status and rights of the James Bay Crees in the context of Quebec secession from Canada.
Our Generation: Volume 5 Number 1
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Our Generation: Volume 7 Number 3
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The Partition Principle: Remapping Quebec after Separation
McAlpine, Trevor
Considers the question: if Canada is divisible, then why not Quebec? McAlpine argues that Quebec cannot separate from Canada and expect to retain its present borders. He maps out the specifics of how ...
Quebec Agrees to Negotiate, Kidnap Crees First But "Negotiate"
Canadians as a whole seem to be unaware of the depth of the double standards advocated by the separatist leaders. We Crees are only too grimly aware of them, however, since we will be the first and mo...
Quebec's two solitudes
Zachary, Adam
Quebec's hopes to chart a smooth course to sovereignty may founder on claims to Quebec's territory by its original inhabitants - claims that could involve as much as 80 per cent of its land mass.
Self-Determination for Whom?
Diemer, Ulli
Pierre Bourgault could set us an example by speaking out himself in support of the right of self-determination for all the people of Quebec, including those who don't want to be part of an independent...
The Struggle for Quebec: Spokesman Pamphlet No. 13
Fekete, John
Essays analyzing class struggles in Quebec in, and leading up to, 1971.
Thinking About Self-Determination
Diemer, Ulli
Does that familiar canon of the left, 'the right to self-determination', actually mean anything, or is it an empty slogan whose main utility is that it relieves us of the trouble of thinking criticall...
Whose National Security?: Canadian State Surveillance and the Creation of Enemies
Kinsman, Gary; Buse, Dieter K.; Stedman, Mercedes
Examines RCMP monitoring of trade unionists, Left-wing political groups, students, gays and lesbians, feminists, consumers' associations, Black activists, First Nations people, and Quebec sovereignist...

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Radical America - Volume 6 Number 5
Special Issue: Quebec
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An analysis of the Quebec general strike of 1972 and its roots in Quebec history.