1. The Member for Lac-Saint-Jean
2. The Birth of the Bloc
3. Crossing the Desert
4. The End of the Rainbow
5. The 1993 Federal Election Campaign
6. The Official Opposition
7. The Backlash
8. The Bloc's Program
9. Solidarity Among Sovereignists?
10. The Bloc's Future
The Text of the Three-Party Agreement
About the authors
MANON CORNELLIER is a parliamentary correspondent with Canadian Press. She has also worked for Le Devoir, La Presse, TVA-CHOT, and TV Ontario.
SIMON HORN is a writer and translator living in Montreal.
WANDA TAYLOR is the author of both fiction and non-fiction books for children and adult readers. She is also a freelance journalist, screenwriter and college instructor. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications such as Atlantic Books Today, Black2Business magazine and Peak Magazine. Her poems and essays have also been published in anthologies across Canada, the US and the UK. Wanda Taylor teaches courses in journalism, story writing for media, and communications. She is also the mentor for the MFA Creative Nonfiction program at the University of King’s College.
ROBERT CHODOS is an experienced author and translator who has published widely in the fields of Canadian business, politics, and transportation and of Quebec history. Among his most recent books are The Unmaking of Canada (1991), Lost in Cyberspace? (1997), and Paul Martin: A Political Biography (1998), all co-written with Rae Murphy and Eric Hamovitch, and all published by Lorimer.
"...an instructive primer on the birth and development of a federal independence party."
Globe and Mail
Other titles by Simon Horn
Other titles by Wanda Taylor
The Grover School Pledge
It's Our Time
Honouring the African Nova Scotian Communities of East Preston, North Preston, Lake Loon/Cherry Brook
No One's Baby
Ride or Die
The Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children
The Hurt, the Hope and the Healing
Birchtown and the Black Loyalists
Robert Bourassa and Quebecers 1990-1992
Other titles by Robert Chodos
A Political Biography
A Political Biography
Quebec in a New World
The Story of a Canadian Social Revolution
Justice for Canada's Aboriginal Peoples
New Thinking and New Approaches to the Quebec Nation
Navigating the Twentieth Century
Lost in Cyberspace?
Canada and the Information Revolution