Unsubstantiated Allegations and Accusations of Threatening Responses: The Legacy of Partisan Politics and the Need for Consensus Governance in PEI

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2 Responses to Unsubstantiated Allegations and Accusations of Threatening Responses: The Legacy of Partisan Politics and the Need for Consensus Governance in PEI

  1. Barb MacFarlane says:

    Great article, Kevin.

  2. Sometimes a house needs to be completely demolished before it can be re-built and this particularly holds true with the idea of abolishing political Parties. As long as they are allowed to persist they will undermine true consensus by corrupting unity through endless division. Death by a thousand cuts is still death.

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