Libertarians at the Gate

Stenson, Fred
March 2010
Alberta Views;Mar2010, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p15
The article reflects on the political beliefs and the end of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's political tenure in Canada. It compares the political principles of Harper to North Korean leader Kim Jong-il. It cites the libertarian beliefs of the prime minister (PM) which accord deregulation and fondness to the banking system. It states the level of contradiction of being a libertarian and a politician and its escalation of real power when one is a PM.


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