Thursday, June 28, 2018

“Great self-destruction follows upon unfounded fear.” – Ursula K. Le Guin

From “Lincoln 365,” by Arnold Kunst
June 28
 Reports of the Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858 were highly partisan. Republican journalists, for their part, ridiculed Douglas's swagger, his dwarfish height, mammoth head, and duck-like walk, and described how he “foamed at the mouth” and dribbled “the saliva of incipient madness.” On the other side, Democratic journalists taunted Lincoln's gangly arms, clownish legs, and apelike gestures.

The search for someone to blame is always successful.' 
- Robert Half

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