Iglauer, Edith
July 1969
New Yorker;7/5/1969, Vol. 45 Issue 20, p36
The article presents a biography of Pierre Trudeau, the fifteenth prime minister of Canada. Before summarizing Trudeau's life from birth to the present, the author describes the multifaceted aspects of Trudeau's personality particularly his ability to close the gap between his age of 49 and the miniskirted generation. The author describes that Trudeau has a left-wing Member of Parliament, a prominent civil servant and an old friend. Gérard Pelletier, a French-Canadian journalist, appears prominently in many of the events of the life of Trudeau.


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