A term describing the pre-election infatuation held by Canadians in the late 1960s for Pierre Elliott Trudeau. His mere appearance drew thousands of fans. It was as if he was a rock star. While such popularity did fade, Trudeau became Canada's 15th Prime Minister, and represented a daring and stylish departure from traditional Canadian politics. He left an indelible mark on how Canada saw itself in the world.

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