Extraordinary Canadians Pierre Elliott Trudeau
Love him or hate him, Pierre Trudeau has marked us all. The man whose motto was "reason over passion" managed to arouse in Canadians the fiercest of passions of every hue, ones that even today cloud our view of him and of his place in history. Acclaimed novelist Nino Ricci takes as his starting point the crucial role Trudeau played in the formation of his own sense of identity to look at how Trudeau expanded us as a people, not in spite of his contradictions but because of them.
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"Pierre Elliott Trudeau" by Nino Ricci is another volume in the excellent Extraordinary Canadians series edited by John Ralston Saul. The purpose of this series, as Saul says in his Introduction, is ... Read full review
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