Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his Policies of Federalism


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Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his Policies of Federalism
Introduction and Overview
“If you want to know my thoughts, read between the lines!” is a quote, from Pierre E. Trudeau himself, which appeared in a biography of Trudeau called “Citizen of the World.” This autobiographical statement aptly describes the overall mystique, charismatic leadership characterization and continued interest in Trudeau’s legendary status as both the Prime Minister of Canada and as a leading thinker, idealist and autobiographer. With Trudeau, the public witnessed the ideological and personal evolution of a man based on his innate curiosity about the world and its people - a travel schedule that led him down many competing ideological centers, often...
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