Bilingual Today, French Tomorrow
Bilingual Today, French Tomorrow: Trudeau's Master Plan and How it Can be Stopped was a controversial 1977 book by Jock V. Andrew, a retired naval officer. It alleged that Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's policy of official bilingualism was a plot to make Canada a unilingually francophone country, by instituting reverse discrimination against anglophone Canadians.
The book inspired the formation of the lobby group Alliance for the Preservation of English in Canada.
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