By Andrew Macdonald

The death of winning politician John Buchanan reminds me of the 1984 provincial election.

Six years earlier, Buchanan had defeated Liberal Gerald Regan largely over escalating energy costs facing all Western governments in the late 1970s. But in 1984, Buchanan faced new Liberal leader A.M. ‘Sandy’ Cameron, a man described as too honest to be involved

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