Normand Lester, a former journalist with Radio-Canada (the French-language equivalent of the CBC), provides a defence of his native province and a repudiation of what he sees as the anglophone media's unfair attacks on Quebec and Quebecers. He chronicles general English-Canadian intolerance: the expulsion of the Acadians; the hanging of Louis Riel; R. B. Bennett's funding of anti-Semitic publications; and the internment of Japanese Canadians in the Second World War. Lester argues that the myth of two equal, amicable co-founders of the nation, one promoted by the federal government, ignores the fact that there will always be two incompatible national histories. 2002, c2001.
3710 Canadian politics = Politique canadienne
4330 French-Canadian non-fiction = Documentaires canadiens français
54000 Customs and culture Coutumes et cultures
5500 HISTORY (CANADIAN) = HISTOIRE (CANADA)
59300 -- Canadian history -- Canada (histoire)
73200 -- Canadian politics and government -- Politique et gouvernement canadien
9850 CANADIAN CONTENT NON-FICTION = CONTENU CANADIEN (DOCUMENTAIRE)
Canada -- English-French relations.
Canada -- Histoire.
Canada -- History.
Canada -- Race relations.
Canada -- Relations entre anglophones et francophones.
Canada -- Relations raciales.