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kingblake
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posted 18 November 2003 12:06 AM      Profile for kingblake     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Hello all,
I'm currently doing research for a paper which intends to contrast Jean Chretien and Paul Martin on their constitutional stances (particularly with reference to Quebec). Does anyone know of an ideal source?

I figure i'll mostly use newspapers and journal articles surrounding what i will deem to be relevant events when both were in the public eye (Meech, referendum, c-20, etc).

I just wanted to make sure i'm not completely missing something.


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Rufus Polson
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posted 18 November 2003 02:42 PM      Profile for Rufus Polson     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
quote:
Originally posted by kingblake:
I'm currently doing research for a paper which intends to contrast Jean Chretien and Paul Martin on their constitutional stances

I believe Mr. Martin's constitutional stance is something along the lines of "Do constitutions make money? No? Then they're irrelevant."


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