March 8, 2013

So Much for Canada's Conservative Era

Jeffrey Simpson, Globe and Mail

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History will soon be tapping conservatives on the shoulder, reminding them that, whatever the comforts of today, the most lethal of political adversaries worms its way inevitably and inexorably into the country’s consciousness: “time for a change.”

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