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    The Justin Trudeau Brand

    Political parties and leaders engage in branding just like corporations and products.

    How would you define the Justin Trudeau brand?


    Thank you for your time,

    Dr. Michael Strangelove

    University of Ottawa

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrange View Post
    Political parties and leaders engage in branding just like corporations and products.

    How would you define the Justin Trudeau brand?


    Thank you for your time,

    Dr. Michael Strangelove

    University of Ottawa
    Hi Michael. I am not quite sure what to make of the man. In terms of 'commercial branding' I personally see his brand of politics to be "Capitalism-Lite", "Family Friendly". But that said I am not too familiar with Canada's domestic issues and policies, knowing of Canada's politics only in terms of its participation in international affairs, so I may be mistaken in my judgement. I did view a programme about Canada's with drug abuse problem which shocked me. I got the impression that although Trudeau may be an able international diplomat, he lacks leadership qualities in certain domestic issues. His brand of politics seems to lean more on the moral than the practical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrange View Post
    How would you define the Justin Trudeau brand?
    Eurotrash

    He is the Antoine de Caunes of politics. Maybe one day Pee-Pee and Po-Po will feature in one of his campaign videos.

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    Justin Who ?

    (that's my answer, by the way, not a question)
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    Lord Clyde: "Ayrshire Pullman Motor Services V Inland Revenue, 1929"

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