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Perhaps because I have remained something of an outsider, I have never sympathized with the cranky side of Alberta politics. I don’t mean so much the ideological, “all government is bad government” conservatives or even the aggrieved sectionalists, but more the righteous who treat their opponents with derision. It was Alberta’s 75th anniversary that brought me to Edmonton in 1980 to work on its most enduring legacy – The Canadian Encyclopedia. The encyclopedia was created through an unusual partnership between the nationalist publisher Mel Hurtig, who had once run for the Trudeau Liberals, and Conservative Premier Peter Lougheed, who was at that

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