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Ten thousand idolizers swarmed Miami looking for free love and also, I guess, the Episode 6 auditions.
Dividing the German military into Hitler followers (true believers, idolizers, and careerists), nonconspirators (those critical of Hitler but unwilling to take action), and conspirators, Kane contends that the oath was more than mere words in that it prevented many people from becoming active conspirators.
It was the Great Helmsman and his henchmen and his idolizers who brutally, but futilely, tried to place politics in command.
Taken together, the heroic dimensions of Kennedy's presidency, especially as developed by his idolizers after his assassination, created a standard of presidential action that succeeding presidents have struggled to meet, particularly given the antigovernment and antiexecutive sentiments stimulated by the war in Vietnam.