(Confessions post–référendaires) [Kindle] ë Chantal Hébert
Ewarm Sovereignty proposed by Bouchard and Dumont Lucienne Robillard a pro federation Liberal who moved in small circles in the pro federation side She was largely sidelined by the Chretien government for political reasons but had her finger on the pulse of u bec at the timeJean Charest a conservative from u bec he was firmly against the Yes vote and critical of the Chr tien governments inability to plan contingencies for a post referendum Canada Daniel Johnson Leader of the uebec Liberal party and a Montr al heavy he was firmly against the Yes vote but also critical of Chr tien s handling
Of The Referendum He Wanted To Go the referendum He wanted to go fighting for the Federalist side Sheila Copps She was a Federal MP and sat on the sidelines watching the acti I imagine it s impossible in 2019 to read this book published in 2014 and not draw fascinating excruciating even guilty schadenfreude like parallels to 2016 s EU referendum in the UK and the ensuing Brexit hubbub Maybe it s not impossible but I spent the whole book finding myself making parallels anyways They re everywhere and nowing the chaotic outcome of Brexit it makes me very thankful that the good people of Montreal er the money and the ethnic vote prevailed here in Canada A brilliant little volume in conception
"And One I Suspect That "one I suspect that historians will adore but not uite as brilliant in its execution as a singular book By necessity it covers a lot of events and themes over and over again but it makes for a tedious read I have always enjoyed Chantal H bert s political analyses during federal elections Her insights are articulately fleshed out and level headed and she channels this approach very nicely in her first book Her book looks back at the 95 referendum and its political aftermath with an exceptional well rounded lineup of interviews and sound analysis If you are politically inclined and want to have a better understanding of the major players and the existing dynamics back then then this is the read for you The anniversary marking 20 years is timely It s the greatest what if in modern Canadian political history What if those sixty odd thousand votes had swung the other way In interviews with the ey players the bit players and the onlookers Chantal H bert and Jean Lapierre contemplate the morning that never wasAnd they do it well The chapter interview scheme sometimes doesn t work do it well The chapter interview scheme sometimes doesn t work here the authors or editor pull it off The tension of the night is all there and some of my earliest political memories came flooding back I had to go watch Peter Mansbridge video This is the story of a complacent fed. Tard – et plus particulièrement à la suite de la défaite décisive des souverainistes aux élections uébécoises de 2014 – les révélations de Hébert et de Lapierre risuent de vous étonner En posant une uestion inattendue ces observateurs politiues chevronnés ont ingénieusement mis en lumière les fractures les tensions et les craintes ui encore aujourd'hui maruent le Cana.
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As someone who remembers this time has her first introduction to politics in Canada I loved this bookThe authors take you back to that night with breathless anticipation and answer the uestion what
"IFDEFINITELY A MUST READ FOR ANYONE "a must read for anyone an interest in politics no matter which country they hail fromDisclaimer I received this book from GoodReads First Reads in exchange for my honest review About the day that could of been but thankfully never was The major players take on the 95 referendum Well written and very insightful I m glad it referendum Well written and very insightful I m glad it out the way that it did As my Canada the one I Truly Love Is A United Canada Vive U I truly love is a united Canada Vive u I highly recommend this book to any Canadian who values their vote These two journalists Hebert and Lapierre are the two that I most read watch and listen to in both official languages Over the years of getting my information from both the English and the French media I have developed a great distaste of the spin which is often added according to the target audience Lapierre and Hebert are my favorites for giving me spin free political analysis again in both languages I had Chantal Hebert and Jean LaPierre recount the 1995 uebec Referendum and the night that nearly tore Canada apart Through indepth research and comprehensive interviews with many of the prominent players involved the co authors present both the yes and the no vote eually shining a light on the many events that soured the relationship between uebecers and the rest of the country leading to a vote for sovereigntyThis is a tough one for me to review I m not exactly the most astute scholar of politics I was also eleven years old on October 30th 1995 so you can imagine that this event while covered widely was the least of my worries After reading Bastards Boneheads last year a book detailing Canada s great and not so great leaders a small spark of interest had developed in me for Canadian political history However with The Morning After it wasn t so much the history of the event that drew me in it was so the theoretical fallout had the YES vote won what would Canada look likeApproaching a book of this nature was intimidating to say the least I feared that either it would be too dryly presented or that it would be written in such a manner that it would be difficult for me to follow Once I got the major players organized in my head alongside their political parties the narrative flowed rather smoothly I did find that as I got closer to the end of the book a lot of the information felt repetitive making the final fifty or so pages a bit of a slog to get through Les généraux politiues ui ont mené la bataille référendaire de 1995 ont aujourd'hui tous uitté la scène politiue Certains sont plus ou moins oubliés; d'autres sont entrés de plain pied dans l'histoire du Canada Pour plusieurs d'entre eux il restait encore à raconter comment ils avaient imaginé les lendemains d'un Oui uébécois Dans cet ouvrage surprenant Chantal Hébert et. Owever I think that had to do with the fact that many of those interviewed expected a similar outcome had the YES vote won further negotiations and no immediate secession by uebecThe Morning After is a deep dive into Canadian politics covering an event that threatened to change the face of Canada forever I came away from this book having learned what led to the referendum the immediate fallout and further understanding just
Exactly How This Country Politically Operates What Could I Havehow this country politically operates what could I have for This is a very important book concerning the 1995 uebec referendum and Canadian politics Hebert has interviewed fifteen important players involved in the referendum and chapter by chapter we read each of their reflections on the lead up to the night of the vote However this tends to provide some of the same information in a repetitive manner and I feel the book would have been a entertaining read if it had been written as a narrative It is still a very insightful document of Canadian history I feel like a fraud even trying to rate this book because unless you are a political junkie or a history buff this book may bore you I did find the topic uite interesting however for me this book was very hard to follow Maybe it s because I was preoccupied with the fact that I now have to write a report on it for school or maybe it was because I was missing a lot of the background nowledge reuired to understand it but either way I found it difficult to get through The Morning After The 1995 uebec Referendum and the Day That Almost Was by Chantal H rbert is an interesting series of accounts of the mindset behind and the next day contingencies of 17 main figures during uebec s 1995 referendum For those unaware the referendum was a close run thing with just 50k votes separating the remain camp from the sovereignty camp These characters were Lucien Bouchard the spokesperson and potential chief negotiator of the pro independence side He was in favour of shooting for a close chief negotiator of the pro independence side He was in favour of shooting for a close with Canada with a EU style monetary union and close political and economic relationships He was set up for a post referendum battle with Jacues Parizeau over the chance to declare Unilateral Independence from CanadaMario Dumont Leader of the Action D mocratiue du u bec and a reluctant Sovereigntist closely allied to Bouchard He was also against a unilateral declaration of independence and wanted a closer association with CanadaJacues Parizeau the man behind the action and leader of the Bloc u becois Was in favour of complete independence for u bec and was spoiling for a fight with the luk. Jean Lapierre vont au delà des stratégies convenues et de la campagne au uotidien pour jeter un nouvel éclairage sur un moment révélateur de la vie du uébec et du Canada Jean Chrétien Paul Martin Jacues Parizeau Lucien Bouchard Mario Dumont Jean Charest Sheila Copps Lucienne Robillard Preston Manning Frank McKenna et plusieurs autres se sont prêtés au jeu Deux décennies plus. ,