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COMEAU, Robert et Bernard DIONNE, Le droit de se taire. Histoire des communistes au Québec, de la Première Guerre mondiale à la Révolution tranquille. Montréal, VLB éditeur, coll. « Études québécoises », 1989. 545 p.

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  • Michel Sarra-Bournet
    Département d’histoire, Université d’Ottawa

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