"Call me Eddie - A personal remembrance of a man who shaped modern Canada", National Post
Excerpt from "Call me Eddie", by James Charles:
Edwin A. Goodman, P.C., O.C., Q.C., died over the weekend. He was 88.
If Eddie had lived in the United States, he might have been a household name. But America probably could not have created him, nor would it have known what to do with Goodman if it had. Only contemporary Canada could have produced an Eddie Goodman, and it is a richer place for having done so. Eddie may be one of the least known yet most influential Canadians of the second half of the 20th century. His glorious, amazingly diverse and productive life mirrors much of what is good today about the country.
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