Canadian Liberal Michael Ignatiev’s Key Lessons in Democracy and Revolution

There are political philosophers and there are philosophers-politicians. The former can be found at every university and occasionally in the pages of a national newspaper, the latter are indeed rare. One of the most prominent, Michael Ignatiev, was in Dublin last week.

Gnatieff was once a Canadian expatriate academic who lived a golden life in the ivory towers of Harvard, where he alternated his work as a human rights scholar with award-winning journalism, having previously written a Booker Prize-shortlisted novel. Then, one night in 2004, a “Men in Black” group visited him and asked him to take over the Liberal Party back home in Canada and lead it back to power.

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