Federalism and the French Canadian - Pierre Trudeau.
Pierre Trudeau was always a bit of a paradox. He grew up in a bilingual household in a bilingual city in the only francophone political state in North America. He came of age right along with Quebec's fabled Quiet Revolution, leading the way as a voice for reform. Always independently wealthy, he adopted a modest form of socialism, constantly looking out for the farmers and blue collar workers with whom he shared so little. He received the finest education: Harvard, Paris, and London. Yet, a teaching position in Quebec was long denied him. Not surprising then, Trudeau developed original id…
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