(1826–1906). Born in Quebec City, Langevin became a lawyer and journalist, but it was his 40-year political career that made him well known. A moderate reformer and then a liberal-conservative of the George-Étienne Cartier school, he was primarily interested in national politics even while serving as alderman (1856) and mayor of Quebec City (1858–61).
From The Oxford Companion to Canadian History in Oxford Reference.
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