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Daily Archives: September 10, 2013
My blog post today about Conrad Black’s Richard M. Nixon: A Life in Full will focus on the use of humor to defuse tensions. Here are two incidents that Black discusses, followed by my reflections: 1. Within the Nixon Administration, … Continue reading →