Cités 3 (3):115-127 (2005)

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Quand il rédige ce qui allait être son testament intellectuel, Léon Dion ne sait pas encore que les années qui suivraient apporteraient avec elles leur lot de désillusions. Les accords constitutionnels qui auraient permis la réintégration du Québec dans la Fédération canadienne, après l’échec de 1982, ne devaient pas aboutir. Lui qui, depuis son bureau de professeur de science politique..
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