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Le Manuel de la parole : manifestes quebecois / textes recueillis et commentes par Daniel Latouche, avec la collab. de Diane Poliquin-Bourassa ; pref. de Gerard Bergeron
Bib ID 2419338
Format BookBook
Description [Sillery, Quebec] : Editions du Boreal express, [1977-1979] 
3 v. 26 cm. 
ISBN 0885030605
0885030664
2890520013
Full contents
  • t. 1. 1760 a 1899.
  • t. 2. 1900 a 1959.
  • t. 3. 1960-1976.
 
Notes

Comprend des references bibliographiques et un index.

Subjects Quebec (Province) - History - Sources.  |  Quebec (Province) - History - Autonomy and independence movements - Sources.
Other authors/contributors Latouche, Daniel, 1945-  |  Bergeron, Gerard  |  Poliquin-Bourassa, Diane

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