Quiet Revolution

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Quiet Revolution

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(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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It remains to be seen what the long-term--two or three generations--consequences of the Quiet Revolution are in those terms.
Gauvreau may also overstate the extent to which his valid insights about the importance of internal Catholic developments replace, instead of complement, standard accounts of the Quiet Revolution that stress economic and political modernization or creeping Americanization.
are the Catholic Action movements that were created in 1930s Quebec to channel Catholic youth energy, and Catholic personalism, particularly as articulated by French theologian Emmanuel Mounier, which appealed to many of the central figures of the Quiet Revolution.
For a copy of Building Greener, Building Better: The Quiet Revolution, please contact the National Association of Home Builders at (800) 368-5242.
Nowhere were these insurgent notions of free love and political sovereignty better set to collide than in local movie houses, and Cinepix was just the film company to harness the spirit of the Quiet Revolution.
We should indeed sing doxologies for the quiet revolution accomplished by LBW and sing eschatological thanks for the new worship resources that are now being devised.
Perhaps the most significant aspect of the quiet revolution in green building is that it is largely market driven and voluntary.
He celebrated ecumenical religious services at Expo '67 and served during the Quiet Revolution and the separatist crisis in Quebec.
Last Saturday's 2-0 win against title-chasing Arsenal highlighted the quiet revolution taking place at Everton under Smith.
It's the perfect opportunity to double your enjoyment of the smooth taste of Tennent's Velvet and to join the quiet revolution in ale drinking that is currently underway.
Despite considerable progress, the quiet revolution has not yet reached all companies: There are still many firmly entrenched CEOs and many old-line directors who do not welcome these modern corporate governance changes or who are in a position to render them ineffective.
Kelling, "Police and Communities: The Quiet Revolution," Perspectives on Policing, No.