Archive: Show #168 "Buzz Off"

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This week on Fourth Reading - Buzz Off: Buzz Hargrove first told New Democrats to vote Liberal in the last provincial election. Then this summer he threatened to pull his CAW out of the federal NDP because it's not left-wing enough. NDP activists like Murray Weppler have called for Buzz to be expelled from the party because of his behaviour. This weekend, the NDP's provincial executive will debate doing just that. Guests: Buzz Hargrove and Murray Weppler. 1
Sep 26, 1999
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