Quebec and the Constitution 1960-1978

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Quebec and the Constitution 1960-1978

By Edward Mc-Whinney
University of Toronto Press, 1979
170 pp. $15.00

A constitutional lawyer reviews the development of thinking by Quebec political intellectuals and deplores the comparative absence of creative thought in other provinces. He says that a major cause of English-speaking Canada's unresponsiveness to Quebec was the dominance of Keynesian assumptions concerning centralized economic policy.

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