Contemporary Quebec

Contemporary Quebec

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In the last seventy years, Quebec has changed from a society dominated by the social edicts of the Catholic Church and the economic interests of anglophone business leaders to a more secular culture that frequently elects separatist political parties and has developed the most comprehensive welfare state in North America. In Contemporary Quebec, leading scholars raise provocative questions about the ways in which Quebec has been transformed since the Second World War and offer competing interpretations of the reasons for the province's quiet and radical revolutions.... intervention and regulation by the state, particularly in the areas of public utilities, electrical power, and mines would, ... 38 The reference to a€œJansenisma€ was less an evocation of the seventeenth-century French struggle than a code wordanbsp;...

Title:Contemporary Quebec
Author:Michael D. Behiels, Matthew Hayday
Publisher:McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 2011-11-30


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