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New Liberal party Leader Justin Trudeau has never known a life that wasnt a public one. His birth on Dec. 25, 1971, to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his wife, Margaret, was front-page news. He grew up with a nation discussing the breakup of his parents marriage, watching him and his brothers at play and on the campaign trail. Years later, Canadians grieved along with him when brother Michel and, later, Pierre died. Throughout the years, Macleans finest reporters—Peter C. Newman, Paul Wells, John Geddes, Jonathon Gatehouse, Scott Feschuk, Aaron Wherry, Colby Cosh, to name only a few—have watched Justin Trudeau, too, from analyzing his eulogy at his fathers funeral to reporting on his leadership bid. Those stories are collected here for the first time, along with photo essays—a vivid evocation of a life and time, one lived largely under the watchful eyes of millions.

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January 26th, 2014
Great read, lots of interesting articles, and a great selection of pictures to accompany them!
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