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Conservative Values

Staff convinced a seething Stephen Harper not to launch full-on public assault on Supreme Court: new book

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has privately fumed to his inner circle that under the leadership of Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, the Supreme Court of Canada has become a "sociology seminar" that emasculates the power of Parliament, according to a new book.

The biography, titled Stephen Harper, provides a thorough account of Harper's personal life and political career.

It explores his legendary temper and mood swings while also chronicling how Harper turned the once-divided conservative movement into a political success story that allowed him to win three elections, govern for a decade and change the country.

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