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Mordecai Richler

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My enduring feeling about René Lévesque is that if he had chosen to hang me, even as he tightened the rope round my neck, he would have complained about how humiliating it was for him to spring the trapdoor. And then, once I was swinging in the wind, he would blame my ghost for having obliged him to murder, thereby imposing a guilt trip on a sweet, self-effacing, downtrodden Francophone.
Reported in Donald Smith, D'une nation ? l'autre: des deux solitudes ? la cohabitation (Montreal: Éditions Alain Stanké, 1997), p. 61.

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