French-canadian Community In New Brunswick - Political Evolution 1960-82

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The period this study considers goes from the Robichaud era (1960-70) to the disbandment of Parti Acadien (1982) with a mention of the reforms of the Hatfield era (1970-87 ) and of the consequences of Acadian mobilization. First, an historical perspective is adopted to properly introduce Acadian history and social evolution so that all details can fall properly into place to identify the rise of the Acadian civic network pivoting around the Catholic Church; second, the circumstances of the fall from power of the Catholic elite are introduced and discussed (1960 onwards ); third, the aftermath and consequences of Acadian (and francophone ) mobilization are briefly considered (1982-1996) in the overall attempt to chart the obstacles the Acadian community in New Brunswick (Atlantic Canada) had to face and the strategies it deployed to progress.
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January 15, 2015
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