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Apart from resurrecting the threat of a referendum, the Bloc campaigned on a resolutely narrow provincialist platform, arguing that they were the only party that could be trusted to speak only for Quebec, since all the other parties had to balance concerns for other regions, while the Bloc didn't give a shit about anybody else.
One can easily imagine what a sovereigntist would be called who described Quebec in the same terms John Saul uses to describe Canada; no doubt, chauvinistic, ethnocentric, provincialist, etc.
86) Carroll hoped that the Irish government would not sponsor the Abbey's reconstruction since '[i]t will almost inevitably come under subtle government control and be subject to the numerous national taboos of the ignorant and the smug pietistic provincialists.