Law and the Government
IN 1984, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney was swept to power in the biggest landslide in Canadian history. But unpopular economic policies and his failure to resolve a dispute with French speaking Quebec undermined his political popularity and support, which eventually turned him into one of Canada's most unpopular leaders ever. Son of a poor Irish immigrant in the northern Quebec, Mulroney announced he will not lead the conservatives into the1993 election which was slated for that year. Mulroney forged a political alliance between Quebec and western Canadian conservatives to lead the party to the sweeping 1984 victory on a pledge of economic renewal and change, after nearly two decades of Liberal rule under the charismatic Pierre Trudeau. He also vowed to settle a decades-old separatist threat by the predominantly French speaking province of Quebec.…
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