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The Untouchable – Can a good mayor amass too much power? The New Yorker August 2009 The Bloomberg Way The mayor of ...

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(The Guardian) Dark Money review: Nazi oil, the Koch brothers and a rightwing revolution New Yorker writer Jane Mayer ex ...

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In Alberta, Oil, Cowboys … and Liberalism? By Russell Cobb, associate professor of Spanish and Latin American studies ...

How Hillary Is Winning
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Hillary Clinton’s strongest advantage isn’t her war chest, fame or gender. It’s Republicans. Frank Bruni, op-ed co ...

Canada: Liberal Party and Justin Trudeau 2013
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New federal election map
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Canada’s federal electoral map is changing Every 10 years, after the census is conducted, the number of electoral ...

Canada – 2011 election aftermath
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Update 23 May 2013: Federal judge confirms election fraud in 2011 vote (Canada.com) Electoral fraud occurred during the ...

Liberal Party of Canada: Leadership race
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All the excitement and suspense is over: Justin Trudeau wins Liberal leadership with 80% support Calls for an end to par ...

Canada – (Liberal) aftermath of 2011 elections
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Liberal Party of Canada ; Liberal Renaissance libéral Don Tapscott: Rethinking Government, Democracy and Politics for t ...