eConcordia - Introduction to Québec Politics - Modules - Module 1_ Legacies of the Quiet Revolution

EConcordia - Introduction to Québec Politics - Modules - Module 1_ Legacies of the Quiet Revolution

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11/20/13 eConcordia - Introduction to Québec Politics - Modules - Module 1: Legacies of the Quiet Revolution - Study Notes - Slide 11 www.econcordia.com/courses/quebec_politics/lesson1_sm/100.aspx 1/1 11/16 The Hon. Sir Oliver Mowat (Wikipedia.org) Module 1: Legacies of the Quiet Revolution Slide 11 Urbanized and Industrialized Québec Certainly, the picture painted by the elites articulating the most conservative version of French- Canadian nationalism did not correspond to mid- or even early- twentieth century Québec society, which had become increasingly urbanized and industrialized. Despite this social change, there was no sharp break with the traditional program of French- Canadian nationalism in the early twentieth century because its leadership was content with the
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