Ever since the renaming of the Parti Canadien to the Parti Patriote in 1826 this group has become increasingly radical. Louis Joseph Papineau has become more and more radical in his efforts to promote the French culture, rights and interests. We can only hope that the moderates, led by Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine can gain support of the majority of Francophones in the next few years. . . .
Something must be done about the wealthy English and the few French businessmen who are always at the Governors mansions. They have too much power and have too great an influence on the decisions of the governor and his unelected council. . . .
These articles all show politics and favouritism among the “corrupt” government. This also relates to the “unqualified people in the government”