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A slight adjustment to the topic to "some unwritten laws of Quebec's politics." Discussing the Quebec "problem" in a more factual and detached style. 1970 as an election year in the Province in Quebec. Some vital, unwritten, intangible, uneternal laws which seem to govern the politics of Quebec. The importance of provincial politics to Quebeckers and why it is so important. The emergence of political separatism in the Province of Quebec. The Prime Minister of Quebec as the grass-roots leader of French-Canadians in the political arena. Politicians and the political makeup of the Province of Quebec. The great importance which French-Canadian voters attach to the personalities of their leaders, with some illustrative examples. The ethnic and class factors in Quebec's politics: some observations. The role of third parties in Quebec elections. The speaker's own personal hunch about election results.