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Title: CANADA'S EXPERIENCE WITH REFERENDUMS

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Subject: History
Author: Shawn F
Date: November 10, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
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Many Quebeckers voted no because they thought the Accord offered them too little, many English Canadians voted no because they thought Quebec was offered too much.(40) Thus far, national referendums in Canada have only served to confirm that there is, and perhaps always will be, a wide divergence of views on many subjects between Quebec and English Canada...

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Opponents of referendums might argue the opposite. Certainly, the use of referendums in Canada in the past may have done more to exacerbate the differences in our society than enhance Canadian identity; moreover, it has provided governments with a convenient mechanism for backing out of commitments while shifting responsibility to the electorate...

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