The Son Also Rises

Solway, Diane
September 2008
W Magazine;Sep2008, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p404
The article examines whether politician Justin Trudeau can live up to the political legacy of his father, former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. According to the author, Pierre Trudeau is known for his fierce intellect, flamboyance and liberalism. Edward Greenspon, editor in chief of "The Globe and Mail," predicts that Justin Trudeau will be viewed as a potential future prime minister the day he arrives on Parliament Hill.


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