Harper Should Have Studied The Art of War

Ever since Stéphane Dion won the Liberal Party leadership in December 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative caucus have been brazenly flexing their political muscle on Parliament Hill.

Scott Taylor
Published: Wednesday, 12/10/2008 12:00 am EST

Ever since Stéphane Dion won the Liberal Party leadership in December 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative caucus have been brazenly flexing their political muscle on Parliament Hill. Although they only had a minority government, in the absence of a cohesive opposition, Harper and the gang ruled with the full authority of a virtual dictatorship.

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