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Harper urged to soften image

In the wake of his failure to defeat the governing Liberals, some say a change is needed now.
JOAN BRYDEN, CP   2005-05-21 02:39:07  

Conservatives are urging Leader Stephen Harper to turn his heartbreaking failure to topple the Liberal government into an opportunity to soften his intense image and showcase his party's moderate new policies and youthful team.

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