Now Hillary Clinton is a public figure, and in an era of wall-to-wall PR it’s hard to argue that she’s not playing the game. But perhaps she simply backed into it. Perhaps she’s that Sixties activist at heart who preferred behind-the-scenes advocacy and the humility of action — but got drawn into politics as a result of her husband’s career. Perhaps she is a reluctant politician, not a Machiavellian schemer.
Ali-Frazier. It was an event everybody in America paid attention to. In our fragmented media environment today that wouldn’t happen. That’s unfortunate.
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Twitter: Millions of starlings on a telephone wire, all screaming as starlings will scream. No matter how much an individual starling cares, really cares, what he is screaming about, all anyone can hear is the din of a million starlings. Continue reading The din of a million starlings