This book, written just after the 1984 Liberal leadership convention which he narrowly lost to John Turner, shows the man I was a fan of from his days as Indian Affairs minister. Engaging, self-deprecating, and humorous, it shows the prime minister we might have had if so many Liberals had not betrayed him in 1984. There are plenty of anecdotes about provincial premiers who seemed solely interested in fracturing Canada into a collection of warring nation states as well.
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