Harper's Kamikaze Dive

"Small earthquake in Chile, not many hurt"is legendary in journalistic circles as the most boring headline of all time.

Gwynne Dyer
Published: Wednesday, 12/10/2008 12:00 am EST

"Small earthquake in Chile, not many hurt"is legendary in journalistic circles as the most boring headline of all time. Well, there has just been a very small political earthquake in Canada, leaving no visible casualties at all. So why did 77 per cent of Canadians who were polled on the subject last week say that they were "truly frightened" for the future of the country?

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