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Daily Archives: July 25, 2013
I have three items for my blog post today about Richard Nixon’s In the Arena. 1. On pages 147-148, Nixon talks about the importance of remembering people’s names and their backgrounds. Nixon refers to Jim Farley, who “remembered not only … Continue reading →