Ontario Today | May 15, 2013 | 51:36

David Tsubouchi's memoire

Research shows Ontarians are disengaged from politics. We explore why with a former cabinet minister in Mike Harris's Common Sense Revolution. Tsubouchi has written a book about that time called Gambatte: Generations of Perserve

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