Of townhalls and broadcasters

Smith, Doug
January 1997
Canadian Dimension;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p48
Comments on the treatment received by Prime Minister Jean Chretien in a Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC) town hall broadcast. Encouraging the people to challenge the prime minister; Selecting people to deliver questions to the prime minister.


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