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voting & emoting in New Hampshire

By Diogenes (articles ) | Jan 27, 2004

For a writer who seldom changes the temperature of her prose, the WSJ's Dorothy Rabinowitz can really deliver a hammer-stroke.

The kinds of postures affected by candidates tell a good deal about them and are, as such, valuable. Authentic feelings, in much shorter supply on the campaign trail, tend to be limited to two -- a hunger for victory, and bitter detestation of anyone who might get in the way.

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