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Progressive Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield, left, and Liberal Leader Pierre Trudeau share a few words at the nationally televised debate held in...
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Canada's first TV debate also a pain to organize

Ruffled feathers, power plays: Canada's first TV debate was also a headache

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