"Few who read The English Fact in Quebec will be surprised to learn that its authors, both accomplished journalists, won a Governor-General's Award for their efforts. They have produced a stimulating, important piece of work full of original insights, and characterized by the kind of analysis that a sense of historical perspective can bring." Doug Goold, Edmonton Journal. "The English Fact in Quebec is in some sense the flip side of White Niggers in America. As such, it is the most important social document emerging from Quebec in the last 15 years." David Winch, Books in Canada. "The English Fact in Quebec is not a prophetic statement heralding a future Quebec where English and French can live in easy and fruitiful proximity. Less visionary and more useful, this important book clarifies various features of the current crisis by providing an historical overview of English-French relations. This wider perspective enables the authors to describe precisely and sharply the cultural crisis felt by the English community - the community's various responses are more easily assessed and possible future approaches more readily isolated." Bryan Campbell, The Montreal Review.