Gunning for Trudeau

April 1974
Time;Apr1974, Vol. 103 Issue 13, p46
The article reports on the efforts of the Conservatives to consolidate their forces to unseat Canada's Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau. It mentions that the Conservatives voted approval of Party Leader Robert Stanfield, who is known for his single-minded determination and unquestioned integrity. It points out that Trudeau faces several problems including inflation, strong wage demands by labor, and the deep-rooted unpopularity in the west due to his pro-eastern-Canadian oil policy.


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