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Will this be a "divisive" and "nasty" election campaign?

The third episode of PrimeTime Politics‘ five-part series, “Trust, Truth and 2019” explores what kind of rhetoric Canadians can expect from political leaders this coming election campaign.  Academic experts Christopher Cochrane (Associate Professor, University of Toronto) and Jennifer McCoy (Professor, Georgia State University) join Peter Van Dusen to discuss the use of polarization as a political tactic, as well as the overall rise of ideological divisions in Canada and around the world.

Also featuring: David Coletto (Abacus Data) and political commentators Robin MacLachlan, Tim Powers and Susan Smith.

Watch the first episode (“The Issues”) here and the second episode of the series (“Threats”) here.

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