Non-revolutionary Canada in the Revolutionary Era

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  1. Do you think the Quebec Act might have had something to do with it as well? Recognizing the French civil law and Catholic faith likely went a long way to hampering any desire for revolution among the residents of New France, particularly compared to the Americans who cited the Quebec Act as one of London’s “intolerable acts” that justified their revolution.

    1. Probably! This post is confined pretty strictly to Eakin’s perspective, and Canada is not his speciality.

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