Quiet Revolution


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Quiet Revolution

n
(in Canada)a period during the 1960s in Quebec, marked by secularization, educational reforms, and rising support for separation from the rest of Canada. French name: Révolution tranquille
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For most of this work, he traces the roots of the revolution, considering competing representations of Canadian national identity as they played out in political debates and historical textbooks from the 1940s through the culmination of the other Quiet Revolution.
THE Murray Generation are staging a quiet revolution in SW19, with three other teenagers through to the third round.
Ryan thus became one of the young intellectuals who were going to bring about the transformation of Quebec society through the Quiet Revolution of the 1960s.
Harriet Lamb,executive director of the Fairtrade Foundation, which awards the Fairtrade mark to manufacturers and monitors the system, said: ``There has been a quiet revolution taking place,and what is so important is ordinary shoppers in this country are behind it.
Silent Partner's performance is so superior to conventional mufflers, it is being called the Quiet Revolution.
Bill Nussey, CEO of Silverpop and author of the book "The Quiet Revolution in Email Marketing," released key findings from Phase I of the company's "Retail Email Marketing Study" at the Annual Catalog Conference held this week in Orlando, FL.
HE Quiet Revolution is gaining momentum - and it doesn't mean turning down the volume on your in-car hi-fi system.
In the wake of the Quiet Revolution of the 1960s, the dominant Catholic culture suffered a cataclysmic breakup.
NWCL: Away from the glare of the championship race, there is a quiet revolution going on at second division club Bootle.
There's no better place to start this quiet revolution than Liverpool, which remains, spiritually at least, a great Irish city.
Made by Quebec film makers Brenda and Robert Rooney, the film discovers that there is "a quiet revolution taking place.
After 40 years of radical feminism secularism, and attacks on so-called priest-ridden Quebec of yesterday, the Quiet Revolution politicians have finally pubicly acknowledged that something has gone wrong since the beginning of the "Revolution" in 1960.