7 edition of Canada at the Polls, 1984 found in the catalog.
December 1988 by Duke University Press .
Written in English
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Each of the last three federal elections has resulted in the defeat of an incumbent government, and party popularity between elections has fluctuated widely, often over quite brief time by: 1.
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The federal election was the last in Canada to be fought over a big, overarching, national idea — in this case, free trade with the United States. It featured a gripping and passionate televised debate between John Turner and Brian Mulroney, who would ultimately defeat his opponent, becoming the first Canadian leader in 30 years to win back-to-back majority.
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