December 23rd, 2008, 01:45 AM
In OTL, because of a strike at Radio-Canada's HQ in Montréal, René Lévesque became attracted to politics and soon joined the PLQ. The rest is history. So WI René Lévesque decided to break the picket line and continued to work? Would Québec evolve differently?
December 23rd, 2008, 04:33 AM
Hmmm. Good question, actually. Levesque was a major part of the PQ's rise as it was. It would highly depend on whether they found another many with hims charisma. If they did, it makes little difference. If they don't, it takes longer to get the separatist movement off and running, and no referendum in 1980. That has lots of butterflies - the Constitution, Meech Lake, Charlottetown, a bunch of others.
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