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Beyond Quebec

Taking Stock of Canada

edited by Kenneth McRoberts

McGill-Queen's University Press
Initial publish date
May 1995
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    Publish Date
    Jun 1995
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    Publish Date
    May 1995
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What kind of a country is Canada beyond Quebec? With a referendum on Quebec sovereignty looming on the horizon, this is a question Canadians are being forced to ask. In Beyond Quebec scholars from a wide variety of disciplines examine the current political, cultural, economic, and social situation of Canada outside Quebec and speculate on the nature of a Canada that does not include Quebec on the present terms.

About the author

KENNETH MCROBERTS is professor of Political Science, York University, and Director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies.

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Editorial Reviews

"This excellent collection of essays offers truly original and penetrating insights into the tensions, divisions, and problems facing Canada in the future. In comparison with other literature which has appeared on Canada's attempt to define and redefine itself, this collection is among the best." K. Brock, Department of Political Studies, St John's College, University of Manitoba.

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