In the Eye of the Eagle (épuisé en librairie – 5 exemplaires en stock)

Secret Files Reveal Washington's Plans for Canada and Québec
Based on 240 interviews and thousands of US documents, this book reveals in rich detail the relationships between American policy-makers and the Quebec nationalist movement, from Kennedy to Reagan.

Based on 240 interviews and thousands of US documents, this book reveals in rich detail the relationships between American policy-makers and the Quebec nationalist movement, from John Kennedy (a prudent sympathiser) to Ronald Reagan, whose right flank enjoyed toying with Quebec separatism to annoy Canadian Prime minister Pierre Trudeau, viewed as a socialist.

« A first class work by a resourceful journalist… In the Eye of The Eagle is an extremely valuable book. »
– Ramsay Cook, Canadian historian, The Toronto Star

« Jean-François Lisée, a former corespondent in the U.S. capital, has opened up a gold mine on the Quebec-U.S. connection, one that will also delight students of Canada-U.S. relations… one of the best journalists’ books ever published in Quebec. »
– Lise Bissonnette, The Globe and Mail

 

The French version of this book won Canada’s highest literary award.

In the Eye of the Eagle (épuisé en librairie – 5 exemplaires en stock)
Secret Files Reveal Washington's Plans for Canada and Québec

Jean-François Lisée

Publié en 1990

353 pages

ISBN : 0006376363

Prix : 25,00 $  21,50 $

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