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Ottawa Will Either Be “Lexington” Or Tiananmen Square

In his epic poem “Paul Revere’s Ride,” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow paints a picture of a “spark,” struck by the hoof of Revere’s horse against the pebbles beneath him, as he rode to warn of the encroaching British. Longfellow went on to metaphorically describe how that spark “kindled the land into flame with its heat.” With each passing day that the Truckers in the Canadian Capitol stand their ground, their courage and resolve has that same effect on not only the people of Canada, but Americans and the rest of the world as well.