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Patriot

by Gary Hart

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The United States' role in the world hasn't been adequately defined since the end of the Cold War, and perhaps it won't be. But Gary Hart clearly has some ideas on the nation's purpose. Hart, the former Senator whose presidential campaign unraveled amid questions of sexual impropriety, presents his views in this book of 28 essays framed as letters to a young man contemplating a presidential run. Hart addresses his qualifications to discuss these issues--acknowledging the loss of credibility he suffered--and then takes off with a series of thoughtful, engaging observations that show he is, indeed, someone who merits an audience.

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