Archive: Peter C. Newman on The Secret Mulroney Tapes

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Peter C. Newman is the author of "The Secret Mulroney Tapes", which is a highly controversial and unflattering biography of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. During his research, Newman logged 98 hours of interviews with Mulroney, his family and colleagues. When it was released, Mulroney was furious and said he felt he had been betrayed by Newman. (Originally aired October 2005).
Oct 18, 2005
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