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HI112 Lecture 17: Lecture 17
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Department
History
Course
HI112
Professor
Susan Neylan
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 17: Quebec's Quiet Revolution: From French Canadians to Québeçois 1. What was so "quiet" about the "Quiet Revolution"? The need to be maîtres chez nous (masters of our own house) 2. Maurice Duplessis and the Union Nationale 1936-60 o conservatism, religious values, rural, pro-business o "Padlock Laws" 1937-57; anti-union o Asbestos Strike, 1949 3. "Quiet Revolution" or "Noisy Evolution"? o Postwar Québec (a-booming much like elsewhere in Canada) o Jean Lesage and the Liberal Government, 1960-1966: c'est le temps que ça change (it's time things changed) ▪ secularization of education; Royal Commission on Education, 1963; Ministry of Education, 1964 ▪ nationalization of electricity: Hydro Québec (1963) ▪ his promotion of francophone-run, Québec-owned economy
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