An analysis of current trends in Quebec society and politics and the future of Quebec in the Canadian federation.
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Michael Murphy is lecturer, Department of Political Studies, the University of Otago, and research associate, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University.
Contributors include Tom Courchene (Queen's), Pascale Dufour (Montreal), Peter Graefe (McMaster), Guy Laforest (Laval), Rachel Laforest (Queen's), Micheline Labelle (Quebec a Montreal), Matthew Mendelsohn (Deputy Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Democratic Renewal, Ontario), Eric Montpetit, (Montreal), Michael Murphy (North British Columbia), Andrew Parkin (Centre for Research and Information on Canada), Maurice Pinard (McGill), John Richards (Simon Fraser), Daniel Salee, (Concordia), and Brian Tanguay (Wilfrid Laurier)
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