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Title: Quebec: Distinct Society

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Subject: History
Author: Billy B
Date: February 23, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 5 / 1455
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The essay will conclude with an in-depth examination of the concept's involvement with the failed constitutional accords and the failed Quebec succession attempts. The term "distinct society" was a political notion used during constitutional debates during the Meech Lake accord and the Charlottetown accord...

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Its meaning is somewhat vague and controversial. In essence, it refers to the uniqueness of Quebec, in particular the uniqueness of Quebec's language, laws and culture. Given Quebec's language, laws and culture, it's difficult to argue that Quebec isn't a unique province within Canada, but by making a constitutional amendment to recognize Quebec as such, the dynamics of federalism would be dramatically different...

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