George-Etienne Cartier: Montreal Bourgeois

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George-Etienne Cartier has traditionally been interpreted as primarily a federal politician, as Macdonald's ally in building a united Canada, and as a representative French Canadian. Brian Young downplays ethnic and national political factors and focuses on Cartier's function as spokesman for a specific social group, the Montreal bourgeoisie. The dominant politician in Quebec in the mid-1980s, Cartier directed the transformation of that society's fundamental landholding, legal, business, and educational institutions. ...

George-Etienne Cartier: Montreal Bourgeois 1981, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773503717

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George-Etienne Cartier: Montreal Bourgeois 1981, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773503700

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