I'm about 60 percent of the way through Nancy MacLean's Democracy in Chains, a book that many critics have commented on. On p. 32, Professor MacLean writes:His bearing was "austere," a later colleague explained; while he was "a good person"--a man of integrity--he was also "one of the coldest people I have ever met."Her footnote references this article in the New York Times. My mileage varied a good bit. I've been cleaning my campus office at the Naval Postgraduate School in preparation for my retirement next Friday. I came across a James Buchanan file that I thought I had had in my downtown office that burned down in February 2007. In it was a letter from Jim, which I received at age 20 in response to
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