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Andrew Coyne
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    Economics & History, 1983
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    Economics, 1985
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For the Liberals to truly distinguish themselves in federal politics they have to abandon their top-down, leader-driven method of doing thin

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Rick Perry’s Oops: Why Do People Say “Oops”?
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Quebec man charged with drunk driving for the 17th time
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Given the idea has such universal support across the land, it might seem strange to find the prime minister, of all people, in some uncertai

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