During his lecture, Bob recalled a time when politics was different. When “question period” meant just that, real questions with real answers. When campaigns were run on the pressing issues of the day, and not a back and forth of negativity. A time when politics wasn’t theatre, when every line wasn’t scripted and campaign slogans weren’t repeated in every debate.
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