OAKVILLE, ONT.—This is going to sound like something “Captain Obvious” might say, but when voters cast their ballots on Oct. 19, they’ll be voting for the guy they think will make the best prime minister. In other words, they’ll forget all that stuff pundits like to obsess on—policies, platforms, issues—and focus instead on that quality we call “leadership.” But that simple premise masks a complicated question: what exactly makes for a good prime minister? What qualifies a man
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