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For today's generation it should at once be said that Lucy was no bimbo in the Kennedy or Clinton sense.
It's unfortunate these kinds of things happen at once.
The country lacks political direction, he argues, not because voters are ambivalent but because politicians with various political beliefs are tugging it in a hundred different directions at once.