On May 2, 2011 pundits and pollsters across the nation pronounced the Liberal Party of Canada dead.

Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper had just vanquished Michael Ignatieff, the Harvard man the Liberals were counting on to restore their party to its rightful place as Canada’s almost-permanent governing institution. Worse, for the first time ever, the Liberals had fallen to third

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