Letters, Mar. 6, 1978

Canada's Crisis

To the Editors:

Despite all the talk about the possible secession of Quebec [Feb. 13] I, as an English-speaking Quebecker, don't believe that Premier René Lévesque really wants to separate from Canada. It's a simple case of bargain strategy. If he succeeds in having the Canadian constitution rewritten and gains more provincial control, he will have accomplished his goals.

It is the few radicals in his party that we Canadians must worry about.

Larry Davis Vernec

Montreal

You failed to mention that unlike the "melting pot" of the U.S., Canada is a "mosaic"...

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