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  1. A Deep Sense of Wrong
  2. A History of Quebec, its resources and people
  3. A People's History of Quebec
  4. A Song for Quebec
  5. Action: The October Crisis of 1970
  6. Advisory memorandum regarding the effect of independence of Quebec upon treaties and agreements with the United States of America
  7. Allocution de René Lévesque prononcée devant les membres de l'Assemblée nationale française, le 2 novembre 1977
  8. An Open Letter in Support of the Student Strike in Québec
  9. Annexation Manifesto
  10. Annual Report of the General Committee of the Montreal Constitutional Association
  11. Bonhomme strikes back
  12. Books in French
  13. Brexit aftermath: Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on 'leave' vote win
  14. CASA to The Montreal Star, June 3, 1979
  15. Canadien or Canadian
  16. Categories:Publication years
  17. Current events
  18. Declaration of Independence of Lower Canada (2007 translation)
  19. Defence of French, Defence of a Society
  20. Divers documents addressed to the Honorable Louis Joseph Papineau, speaker of the House of Assembly, by the Honorable Denis B. Viger
  21. Esquisse de la vie et de l'époque de l'honorable Louis-Joseph Papineau
  22. Family Without a Name
  23. Farewell, Spain?
  24. For a Sovereign Quebec
  25. Francis Maseres
  26. Francis Simard
  27. Francoeur Motion
  28. François-Joseph Cugnet
  29. Freeing the silenced tongue
  30. French, a Language in Exile
  31. Illustrious visitors' commentaries on Quebec
  32. Inhabitants of Montreal to the Committee of Safety
  33. James Mackintosh
  34. John Arthur Roebuck's Speech in the British House of Commons on March 6, 1837
  35. John Russell's Speech in the British House of Commons on January 16, 1838
  36. John Russell's Speech in the British House of Commons on March 6th, 1837
  37. Laurier-Greenway Compromise of 1896
  38. Letter to National Geographic Magazine
  39. Letter to the Inhabitants of the Province of Canada
  40. List of the political adversaries to the emancipation of the people of Quebec
  41. London Resolutions of 1866
  42. Manifesto of the St. John the Baptiste Society of Quebec for a National Convention of French Canadians in Quebec City on June 24, 1880
  43. Memorandum for the Cabinet Committee on Security and Intelligence, December 17, 1969
  44. Orders
  45. Parliamentary Speech of 1848
  46. Petition of the New Subjects, 1773
  47. Petition of the Seigneurs of the Lands and the Proprietors of the Fiefs of the District of Montreal, 1767
  48. Plan for a House of Assembly, 1784
  49. Proclamation of Independence, 1803
  50. Proclamation of the Irish Republic
  51. Québec during the American invasion, 1775-1776. The journal of François Baby, Gabriel Taschereau, and Jenkin Williams
  52. Report of Attorney and Sollicitor General, relative to the Civil Government of the province of Quebec
  53. Report of the Quebec Constitutional Association
  54. Report to the Lords of the Committee for Plantation Affairs, on several papers relative to Ordinances & Constitutions made by the Governor of Quebec
  55. Resolutions of the Quebec Meeting
  56. Resolutions of the Sainte-Croix Meeting
  57. Réveil. Waking Up French
  58. The 31 resolutions adopted during the 1969 National assizes of the Estates General of French Canada
  59. The Canadians of Old
  60. The Committee of Correspondence of Boston to the Inhabitants of the Province of Quebec
  61. The Declaration of the Reformers of the City of Toronto to their Fellow-Reformers in Upper Canada
  62. The English of Québec
  63. The Rebellions of 1837 and 1838 in Lower Canada
  64. The Riot that Never Was
  65. The issue of Quebec's sovereignty and its potential impact on the United States
  66. The moral basis of the claim of the Republic of Ireland for official recognition
  67. Thinking the Quebec nation
  68. Trudeau's Darkest Hour

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