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Windsor Star
Principal newspaper in Windsor, Ontario

[After a bi-election stump speech by Mr. Clark] By the end of the hour, the nice Joe Clark of days gone by seemed egotistical and closed-minded, and defensive of his unremarkable record. Clark still talked as though he was still prime minister. He blustered about his party's national importance, although everyone in the room knew his party is in fifth place. He accused Chretien of 'ducking every important issue', yet ducked every tough question we put to him.

Apr. 03, 1999 - from its Editorial page