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CONTRIBUTORS F. C. A. JEANNERET Professor and Head of the Department of French, University College, University of Toronto, and Principal of the College JEAN-MARC LEGER Member of the staff of Le Devoir, Montreal, and general secretary of tbe Union Canadienne des Journalistes de Langue Francaise PIERRE HARVEY Professor of Economics in the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Montreal ARTHUR MAHEUX Archivist, Laval University; author of Propos slir !'education, Nos Debuts SOliS Ie regime onglais. French Canada and Britain: A New Interpretation, etc. GERARD BERGERON Professor of Political Science, Laval University; author of ProbIemes politiques du Quebec (1958) GERARD DION Professor and Director of the Department of Industrial Relations, Laval University ; author of Securite syndicale et morale (1947) and Le Syndicalisme obligaloire devant la morale (1957) JEAN-CHARLES BONENFANT Chief Librarian, Library of the Legislature of the Province of Quebec; author of Institutions politiques canadiennes (1954) and Thomas Chapais (1957) CHARLES BILODEAU Director of Research, Department of Education, Quebec, and Professor at the School of Education, Laval University [The following Supplement does not pretend to do more than introduce its readers to some of the opinions current in Quebec today. The articles ought to promote discussion both in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada and it may be possible at a later date, if the interest aroused warrants it, to publish fUrther articles lUustrating other tendencies in French-Canadian thought which have not found expression in these pages. The articles, which, with the exception of the Abbe Arthur Maheux's, were written in French, have been translated by members of the Department of French, University College, University of Toronto. EDITOR.1 ...


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