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Understanding Rob Ford

Ford.jpgThe mayor of Toronto shocked everyone this week by admitting he'd used crack cocaine in a "drunken stupor." It's led many to call on him to get help for his problem. Michael Bryant is one person who'd like to see that happen. He's a former attorney general of Ontario who's written about his own addiction to alcohol in a memoir. Alan spoke with him about his thoughts on Rob Ford.

 

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