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  In My Opinion! - A Parer Mio!
Trudeaumania is back because Trudeau was going to the polls when he had something to tell to the people, not when the pollester had something to tell him.
Trudeaumania in back because people know that success is not measured by the size of surplus, but by the vision on how to spend it.
Trudeaumania is back because Trudeau, rightly or wrongly, was fighting to give Canada a place in the history of the World, not because he was looking for a place in the history of this Country.
www.persichilli.com /2000/c54-e.html   (855 words)

  
 Trudeaumania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trudeaumania was the affectionate nickname given to the great excitement generated by Pierre Trudeau's entry into Canadian politics in 1968.
Trudeaumania began to fizzle after Pierre Trudeau married Margaret Sinclair in 1971, but he is remembered to this day as one of Canada's most loved politicians and prime ministers, while at the same time, an unpoular politician in the western provinces, and among some conservative thinkers and Quebec nationalists.
He was named the Canadian Newsmaker of the 20th Century by the Canadian Press at the dawn of the year 2000.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trudeaumania   (379 words)

  
 trudeaumania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
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 Trudeau
Trudeaumania's popularity was the result of Pierre Trudeau being a charismatic leader; the people's enthusiasm for political change; and his contributions to a strong sense of Canadian independence.
In the following paragraphs the popularity of the Trudeaumania will be explained clearly through the presentation of evidences and reasoning.
A reason that contributed to the Trudeaumania was the fact that he was young and athletic.
www.radessays.com /viewpaper/58872/Trudeau.html   (187 words)

  
 CBC.ca - The Greatest Canadian - Top Ten Greatest Canadians - Pierre Trudeau - Did You Know   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Trudeaumania: In their book Mondo Canuck, authors Geoff Pevere and Greig Dymond refer to as "the greatest pop star this country has ever produced." In his heyday, Trudeau was chased across Parliament Hill lawns by mobs of screaming, tearful teenage girls.
The Canadian Oxford Dictionary defines Trudeaumania as "widespread popularity and fascination" with Trudeau that reached a peak "during the election campaign of 1968." Trudeaumania came to an end when the prime minister married Margaret Sinclair in 1971.
When he was elected as prime minister in 1968, Trudeau remarked that 24 Sussex Drive looked like a good place to throw parties.
www.cbc.ca /greatest/top_ten/nominee/trudeau-pierre-know.html   (671 words)

  
 AbeBooks: Search Results - Trudeaumania
Beginning with an analysis of the "New Young Leader" syndrome in the Liberal Party and the nation, the author discusses "Trudeaumania", and finally, he contrasts liberal and leftist thinking on all the issues important to Canada's survival as a nation.
From the almost unrecognizable caricatures of his days as Justice Minister under Lester Pearson, through "Trudeaumania" and the long struggle for patriation of the BNA Act, A ROSE IS A ROSE presents an ongoing portrait of Pierre Elliott Trudeau as he was depicted by some of Canada's greatest political cartoonists.
starting back when Trudeaumania swpt in, it is interesting to note the stable of new faces that have gurgled out of the ink well since 1968.
www.abebooks.co.uk /search/sortby/3/kn/Trudeaumania   (1625 words)

  
 Guest Comment on NRO
Thirty years ago, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, the 15th prime minister of Canada, would not have had much patience for the likes of Prof.
After riding to power on a wave of popularity the media dubbed "Trudeaumania," Trudeau quickly drove the country into quicksands of debt and a web of social-welfare programs from which we would take decades to escape.
A new breed of Canadians, like the economist Robert Mundell — and most notably, Stockwell Day, the new firebrand leader of the Canadian Alliance party — have demonstrated that the country's peculiar blend of weedy welfare liberalism has failed us.
www.nationalreview.com /comment/comment092900c.shtml   (790 words)

  
 Trudeaumania''s: boom, bust and echo Sheila Copps proposes a statue on Parliament Hill to memorialize her hero. - ...
Trudeaumania''s: boom, bust and echo Sheila Copps proposes a statue on Parliament Hill to memorialize her hero.
In 1968, for instance, he roared into power as prime minister on a wave of hysterical popularity dubbed Trudeaumania by the press.
Everywhere he went, crowds cheered mightily and young women screamed as if he were a rock star.
goliath.ecnext.com /coms2/summary_0199-2978773_ITM   (661 words)

  
 Film: January 03, 2002
Rolled in white-bread crumbs, double dipped in CBC mediocrity, all that Trudeaumania, I figured, would undoubtedly unravel as Trudeaubanalia.
There’s a truly funny sequence early in the film, where the dawn of Trudeaumania is illustrated through a Richard Lesteresque montage à la A Hard Day’s Night.
And there’s a good deal of visual flourish, wherein Montreal cinematographer Noryar Kaspar’s screaming-in-Technicolor shots are juxtaposed with file news footage, often in split screen (recalling Norman Jewison’s The Thomas Crown Affair).
www.montrealmirror.com /ARCHIVES/2002/032802/film2.html   (541 words)

  
 The Hindu : Opinion / News Analysis : Trudeaumania revisited
The Hindu : Opinion / News Analysis : Trudeaumania revisited
For Indians, the most revealing part of Pierre Trudeau's just-published biography might be just how much he aspired to the prime ministership not for the sake of capturing power but for harnessing it to fashion a just society.
Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu
www.hindu.com /2006/11/14/stories/2006111402891100.htm   (1155 words)

  
 CANOE -- JAM! - Trudeaumania revisited
Fittingly, the series began on Easter Sunday and ended on April Fool's Day, thereby encompassing Canadians' views of the subject - Trudeau as everything from political saviour to reckless jester.
And I don't regret spending two evenings immersed in the nostalgia it evoked, though I thought the silly scenes of Trudeaumania (shot in the style of the Beatles' Hard Day's Night) were less effective than the use of vintage CBC logos.
Unlike some here at the Sun - which in many ways was born of anti-Trudeaumania - I have time for Trudeau, probably because my memories of him are wrapped in the romantic haze of childhood and adolescence.
jam.canoe.ca /Television/TV_Shows/T/Trudeau/2002/04/04/pf-733145.html   (727 words)

  
 'The evil men do lives after them' [Free Republic]
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The primary definition is "a mental disorder characterized by great excitement." Perhaps Trudeaumania fit the kinder definition in 1967, but 33 years later it can only be defined in the primary sense.
This is particularly true of people who have been educated beyond their intellectual means, which describes the majority of this country's, or perhaps any country's, chattering classes.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a39eb31246ed7.htm   (7823 words)

  
 Canadian Content Part X: Trudeaumania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Like the comic strip "Doonesbury," he rose to fame during the counter-culture era and like the strip, seems rather irrelevant today.
Trudeau was elected in 1967 bouyed by the support of something the media called "Trudeaumania." Despite being in his forties, he had a youthful presence and a real hold on the baby boomers who were still dawdling around the country in VW bugs instead of Lincoln Navigators.
His political style was formed by his highly intellectual background and was often thought of as a kind of philosopher king.
www.theshrubbery.com /0599/canada0599.html   (601 words)

  
 Paul Martin's Future Problems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The RULES also prevented Liberals with an eye to the top job from (too) overtly campaigning for the leadership until it officially became available, so when the job opened up, no one candidate had an insurmountable lead.
could not secure the top job in the face of Trudeaumania, and in the 1970s, while waiting for Trudeau to pack it in, John Turner was not able to undermine Trudeau very much at all.
But with Pearson against him and of course Trudeaumania, Martin was blown away.
www.calder.net /bcalder/2003-07-30-paul-martin.html   (1626 words)

  
 Trudeaumania
After seeing Justin and Sacha performed extremely well at Notre Dame basilica, I am convinced that we have not seen the last of the Trudeau family.
Trudeaumania is still alive, and in a few years we will hear from the new generation.
Despite the flogging of the right wing....personally, I appreciate the vision Trudeau had.
p069.ezboard.com /favenirquebecfrm16.showMessage?topicID=8.topic   (98 words)

  
 N.D.P. SHELL GAME
Most politically wise analysts ruled out the chances of the Liberal Party in the province.
The Trudeaumania which swept the Federal Liberals into power a year ago has lost much of its charm in Western Canada, where one billion bushels of wheat remain unsold and another 600 million bushels are growing in the fields.
Trudeau's message to the farmers that he is not a wheat salesman has reflected adversely on the prairie Liberal cause.
www.worldsocialism.org /canada/ndp.shell.game.1969.v36n271.htm   (953 words)

  
 UNheadlines
I knew Pierre Elliot Trudeau before, during and after the Canadian Trudeaumania, and he was always the same.
He dripped with sharp wit unassumingly while curiously and endlessly exploring the edge of excellence.
Now I feel like telling everyone how proud I am to have lived at the same time as Pierre Elliot Trudeau.
www.unforum.com /UNaheadlines23.htm   (572 words)

  
 Trudeaumania: See what people are saying right now on Technorati
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 RevolutionaryLeft.com -> Freemasonry
Thanks a lot for your input trudeaumania! It's good to have a former member shed some light on this topic.
Seems like being white is only a prerequisite where you are.
trudeaumania, is it true that you have to be white?
www.revolutionaryleft.com /index.php?showtopic=16423   (2903 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Trudeau (TV Miniseries): DVD: Jerry Ciccoritti,Colm Feore,Polly Shannon,Patrick McKenna,Don McKellar,Peter ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Handsome, witty, idealistic, flamboyant, courageous and debonair Trudeau rides on an unheard of crest of popularity nicknamed "Trudeaumania" that sweeps him into the highest political office in the country.
I loved the Trudeaumania scenes as well which were very reminiscent of The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night, which is no doubt the intent.
The style of the film is not that of the typical Canadiana biopic, it blends modern elements and uses great Canadian music from the times as well.
www.amazon.com /Trudeau-TV-Miniseries-Jerry-Ciccoritti/dp/B000068QKB   (1696 words)

  
 Trudeau's Ironic Politics
For some reason Trudeau had won the hearts of Canadians, both young and old, without really trying.
His campaign was referred to as Trudeaumania and the auditorium was teeming with his unorthodox supporters holding giant placards and screaming "Trudeau!" There was little doubt about whom the public supported but the verdict of the delegates was still pending.
After more than seven hours of counting ballots, the final tally was announced.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Agora/9095/trudeau.html   (3753 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Tuning In: DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Thousands and thousands of hours of CBC archival treasures have been culled into a unique and poignant mix of history, reality, documentary and humour.You'll smile and laugh, probably feel a little embarrassed; maybe even shed a tear as host Rick Mercer (Made in Canada, Rick Mercer's Talking to Americans) takes you on a nostalgic ride.
From Queen Elizabeth II's coronation to Trudeaumania, from the 1972 Canada/Russia series to 9/11, Tuning In shows how CBC-TV has been shaping and reflecting Canadian life since 1952..
The series features rare footage of a variety of Canadian icons, including Marshall McLuhan, Rene L?vesque, Pierre Trudeau, Leonard Cohen and The Guess Who.
www.amazon.ca /Tuning-In/dp/B00007GZSW   (231 words)

  
 Pierre Trudeau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trudeau soon called an election, for 25 June (see Canadian federal election, 1968).
His election campaign benefited from an unprecedented wave of personal popularity called "Trudeaumania", which saw Trudeau mobbed by throngs of youths.
An iconic moment that influenced the election occurred on its eve, during the annual Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day parade in Montreal, when rioting Qu├ębec separatists threw rocks and bottles at the grandstand where Trudeau was seated.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pierre_Trudeau   (4854 words)

  
 CANOE -- JAM! Television - TV Shows - Trudeau: Trudeaumania revisited
Television - TV Shows - Trudeau: Trudeaumania revisited
CBC television 'event' was colourful but infuriating - just like the man himself
Which celebrity split from 2006 was most shocking?
jam.canoe.ca /Television/TV_Shows/T/Trudeau/2002/04/04/733145.html   (818 words)

  
 BALANCE TO TRUDEAUMANIA NOW APPEARING IN CANADIAN MEDIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
BALANCE TO TRUDEAUMANIA NOW APPEARING IN CANADIAN MEDIA
Finally, the National Post newspaper has published a full 2 page article balancing the mindless Trudeaumania that has filled the media since the death of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
See George Jonas' refreshingly frank and well-researched Oct. 16 article "The evil men do lives after them".
www.lifesite.net /ldn/2000/oct/00102004.html   (219 words)

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