Ernest Lapointe and Quebec's Influence on Canada's Foreign Policy
The influence of Ernest Lapointe in 20th century Canadian political history is one of the least understood. Analysing 17 foreign policy decisions, the author uncovers Lapointe's relationship with Mackenzie King and the voice of Quebec he represented.
Subjects: Political Science
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