Chantal Hebert draws pretty much the exact opposite conclusion as I do from the opportunities raised by a close leadership race. But yesterday’s debate offered us a neat reminder as to whether we should buy into the theory that the NDP will continue its success in Quebec if and only if it hands a completely open-ended mandate to Thomas Mulcair.
While there were plenty of jokes about Mario Dumont’s ideological positioning compared to that of the NDP, it’s worth keeping in mind the track record of the ADQ which so many commentators have pointed to as an example of fleeting
. . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: On case studies