A thorough and groundbreaking analysis of the potential partition of Québec should the province leave Confederation. Drawing on comparisons with other ethnically sensitive regions such as Ireland, Switzerland and the former Yugoslavia, Reid proposes government reforms that will prevent violent confrontation in and with a post-Confederation Québec.
About the author
Scott Reid served as director of communications and senior advisor to former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin from 2003 to 2006. He is the co-owner and principal of Feschuk. Reid, providing strategic and executive communications to leaders in the private, public, and not-for-profit sector. He also serves as an on-air analyst for CTV News, Newstalk 1010AM and Bell Media while writing for a variety of leading media publications. Scott lives in Toronto.
"An important book . . . offering an impressively researched and intelligent argument."
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