Born in 1916, Michel Chartrand was a Quebec union leader. Active socialist, he worked towards better conditions for workers all over Quebec. He was President of the Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) from 1968 to 1978. He died in 2010.
In 1973, he was invited by the Loyola Students' Association (LSA) to address students for the project Operations Initiative's Labour Speakers. He spoke mostly about his views on labour and capitalism. In the excerpt featured here, he speaks about capitalism and technocracy.
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I0007-11-0018. - Michel Chartrand
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