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Hugo Chavez: What will his legacy be?

This week, the Star's editorial board debates the legacy of Hugo Chavez, the controversial Venezuelan president who died Tuesday. And we discuss Tom Flanagan, the conservative public intellectual and former Tory advisor, who exploded his career last week when he questioned whether voyeurs of child pornography should go to prison.

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