Simonne Monet and Michel Chartrand are in their 40's during the early 60's. Michel funds the social Presses which print trade-union documentation, socialist literature and works of young ... See full summary »

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Raymond Bouchard ...
Amédée Monet
Henri Chassé ...
Gabriel Chartrand
Patrice Coquereau ...
Marius Chartrand
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Muriel Dutil ...
Berthe Monet (as Murielle Dutil)
Gabriel Gascon ...
Louis Chartrand
Françoise Graton ...
Hélène Chartrand
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Michel Chartrand
Geneviève Rioux ...
Simonne Monet
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Simonne Monet and Michel Chartrand are in their 40's during the early 60's. Michel funds the social Presses which print trade-union documentation, socialist literature and works of young poets. He also militates within the New democratic Party, with Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Thérèse Casgrain, president of the Quebec section of the party. In these years of cold war with the threat of the nuclear bombs planes, the Chartrand family militates actively for peace. Active member of the Voice of the women, Simonne takes part in a congress for peace, in Moscow, while one of his/her daughters accompanies pacifist American through the United States. She lodges American walkers who protest against the insulation of Cuba and prints pacifist leaflets. Written by Anonymous

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30 October 2003 (Canada)  »

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