On a grey and windy afternoon last week, a banker, a barber and an insurance broker stopped for a chat in front of the Brand Plumbing and Heating store in Sully, an Iowa town of 841 people in the heart of Middle America. They had few kind words for politicians.By MARY NEMETH7 min
I am sick and tired of the Public Service Alliance of Canada complaining about how hard-done-by its members are (“Mulroney vs. the unions,” Cover, Sept. 23). Canada is $400 billion in debt, the economy is in a shambles, and they insist on holding the populace to ransom. I work for a small business, and this year I will not get a raise.
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