This week has seen a spate of commentary, analysis and dissection of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's first five years in power. In an interview earlier in the week with Canadian Press reporter Heather Scoffield, Brian Lee Crowley was asked for his view on the social agenda under the Conservative regime.  Today's Winnipeg Free Press highlights parts of that interview in an article titled, Politics, not policy, biggest change in five years of Harper government. Crowley noted, "If you consider where the party was when they came to power, and how well he has managed what I think of as the social-policy instincts of the people behind him, he's achieved quite a lot."

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