Introduction: What Went Wrong?
Part One: Two Visions of Canada
1. The First Century: Separate Nationalities
2. The 1960s: Coming to Terms with Duality and Quebec Nationalism
3. Trudeau and the New Federal Orthodoxy: Denying the Quebec Question
Part Two: Making a
4. Official Bilingualism: Linguistic Equality from Sea to Sea
5. Multiculturalism: Reining in Duality
6. Federalism and the Constitution: Entrenching the Trudeau Vision
7. The Failure of the Trudeau Strategy
Part Three: Failing to Repair the Damage
8. Bringing Quebec into the Constitution: Missing Two Chances
9. The 1995 Quebec Referendum: Making Sovereignty a Real Possibility
10. Conclusion: Is Separation the Only Answer?
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Kenneth McRoberts is at York University.
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