Elective Politics' Darkest Hour

by - January 26, 2016

I have been aware of presidential elections since 1948, when my mother, driving my sister, brother and me home from St. Leo's School, heard on the radio that Dewey had conceded to President Harry Truman. “That can't be!" she exclaimed, reflecting the common conclusion that New York Gov.
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