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07/18/2013

Harper's 'enemies' list: More partisan mud-slinging or just politics as usual?

This week, the editorial board discusses the controversial verdict in the Trayvon Martin case, and we debate the significance the Harper government’s so-called enemies list. Editorial Page Editor Andrew Phillips joins board members Leslie Papp, Moira Welsh and Jordan Himelfarb.

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