The World: Broadcaster with Itchy Feet

"When I'm involved in a project, I try to be as logical as possible. But as for what's going to happen to me personally, I'm no good at figuring the options."

Most Canadians could endorse at least the second part of that self-analysis by Quebec's Premier-elect René Lévesque, 54. Once a firebrand Cabinet minister in the federalist Liberal government of Quebec, he was even considered by some—in much earlier days —as a possible candidate for Prime Minister of Canada. Now the voluble, hyperactive Levesque says that anyone who does not believe his separatist Parti Quebecois is determined to seek national independence is...

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