Trudeau: Yesterday, Today, And Forever?

March 1980
National Review;3/7/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p267
The article comments on the victory of Pierre Trudeau as the newly elected prime minister of Canada in March 1980. It mentions Trudeau's plan to seek peace with the Soviet Union. It stresses the impact of Trudeau's connection with Communism on Canada. It speculates on the future political reign of Trudeau.


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