The Politics of Official Bilingualism in Canada
Milton J. Esman examines the process by which Canada's political elites have experimented with language policies to help manage potentially dangerous and divisive conflicts between Canada's two major language communities.
Canada Since 1945: Power, Politics and Provincialism, Robert Bothwell, Ian Drummond and John English Reviewed by Milton J. Esman
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