Is Trudeau Currently Positioned to be Laurier’s Successsor?

A T-Chart showing where Trudeau and Laurier’s policies dovetail and where they differ!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TvXoTx_1VXfGkXC9oCW1EU81bxSfIsuizfnespt6RE8/edit

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