Is Mali another Afghanistan? Some advice from Dalton Camp

The political and journalistic phenomenon left behind a body of published writing that was enjoyably articulate and at times prophetic.

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Red Tory strategist and political columnist Dalton Camp, before his death in 2002.
Jim Creskey
Published: Tuesday, 02/19/2013 2:31 am EST
Last Updated: Tuesday, 02/19/2013 4:05 am EST

“This does not seem to be a good period of time for Canadians, and if history were a bus probably they should get off at the next stop. There is the overall impression, settling upon the land, that things aren’t going right, but more than that, nothing much can be done about it. People who complain about leadership, or the lack of it, overlook the inescapable fact that the leaders have been chosen by them, some more than once, and that, anyway, none of the visible alternatives look all that promising.”

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