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The policy void at the centre of Canadian politics During Michael Ignatieff’s rise to the top of the Liberal Party, there was a great deal of comment on his academic career in Britain and the United States and speculation about whether he could be a new philosopher-king. Much is expected of a leader who has made a career of analyzing the world’s most pressing problems. He will need all of his analytical skills – and more – if he hopes to make inroads into the problems facing Canada’s Aboriginal population.

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