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Exclusion, Dessy noted, is primarily driven by the competition for power where the political leader channels jobs, favours and public goods disproportionately to those who back him on the basis of ethnicity, religion, culture, age or gender.
By engaging his own personal story as well as the larger stories of Judaism, Leader channels the conflicts that arise from his need as an artist for the outsider's critical perspective and the insider's sense of identification.
More and more, the station ties or beats morning leader Channel 5 during both the local news and even Today show time slots.