“But his book, Je me souviens? Le passé du Québec dans la conscience de sa jeunesse (Fidès, $19.95) is not about pointing out the mistakes in young people’s understanding of history.
Rather, it explores how half a century after the Quiet Revolution, many young Quebecers — from both official-language groups — still perceive the past through the distorted lens of grievances.
“The central idea is that both young francophones and young anglophones are in a sense prisoners of their identity trap,” Létourneau said.“
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