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The Bloc

By Manon Cornellier, Translated by Simon Horn and Wanda Taylor and Robert Chodos

$45.00 Hardback
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Acknowledgements
Introduction
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
Endnotes
Bibliography
Index

Acknowledgements
Introduction
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
Endnotes
Bibliography
Index

"...offer[s some interesting and useful insights, notably for English-Canadians at this harum-scarum juncture of this country's history."

- Hubert Bauch Montreal Gazette

"The Bloc is an excellent first attempt to come to grips with the rise of Lucien Bouchard and the Bloc."

- Michael Behiels Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism

"The Bloc by Manon Corneiller, offers more than you ever wanted to know about the cabal of federal MPs who are out to destroy Canada as we know it."

- Vancouver Province

"... a well-written and well-translated narrative of the party's growth."

- Alexander Craig Books In Canada

"...an instructive primer on the birth and development of a federal independence party."

- John Gray Globe and Mail

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Publication Details:

Binding: Hardback, 180 pages
Publication Date: 1st January 1995
ISBN: 9781550284737
Format: 9in x 6in

BISAC Code:  HIS006000
Imprint: Lorimer


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