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Trudeau: The Education of a Prime Minister by John Ivison: Not a fan of Big-P’ Politics, I typically don’t concern myself with much related to political parties or politicians themselves. So, what led me to pick up this read is a little unclear. Regardless, it was eye opening. My takeaways from this book are the following: 1) I would make a horrible Politician, but I would likely be a politician that our country needs, 2) People, regardless of title, make mistakes, 3) Politicians (Big-P) aren’t leaders at all; they just like to hear themselves talk, and 4) The political landscape in Canada hasn’t changed all that much since the country’s beginning, and currently Politicians are likely to make any changes for the next 150 years. As for Justin Trudeau, he’s just another figure head for a few years. Meh.

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