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Iggy isn’t quite so pop among Canada’s women

By Prospect  

Ignatieff makes Canadian women laugh. Not in a good way.

Michael Ignatieff, whom David Herman recently profiled in Prospect, has suffered a number of reversals on the road to being Canada’s liberal leader. His glamorous media-don lifestyle in Britain and America led to accusations of carpetbagging, while his writing in support of the war on terror saw him accused of neocon sympathies. But a man whose appearances on Britain’s The Late Show in the 1990s sent hearts…

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