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[Whether or not Garry Wills is right in generalizing, ‘Politicians make good company for a while just as children do—their self-enjoyment is contagious. But they soon exhaust their favourite subjects—themselves,’ the generalization is certainly false in the case of former Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Elliot Trudeau. The second half of Peter Gzowski’s 1996 interview with Trudeau, on the release of his book Against the Current: Selected Writings, 19391996, can be found in the audio file below. The last three minutes of the file are a comedy sketch parodying Canadian conservative writer and broadcaster, Michael Coren, by the brilliant impressionists Bob Roberts and Linda Cullen of Double Exposure.]

Peter Gzowski interviews Pierre Trudeau

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