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Of course that was the year Dizzy Gillespie ran - you could have had duke Ellington as Secretary of State and the course of history as they say.

Obligatory in Australia - preposterous notion that it is 

We are mostly a bit taken aback by D Trump by the way

Cheers Pete 




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> On 10 Jun 2016, at 8:22 am, Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> For the record: The last time I voted was in 1964. I won't vote this time either.
> 
> Carrol
> 
> See <http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/apr/27/hillary-clinton-progressive-values-black-voters-lesser-evil-election-2016>
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Rickard A. Parker
> Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2016 3:23 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Was T. S. Eliot a Key to Hillary’s Success?
> 
> So first I find out Obama wrote letters about The Waste Land to his girlfriend. Then I find out that Kerry would recite Prufrock from memory. And now there is this on Hillary Clinton:
> 
> "Was T. S. Eliot a Key to Hillary’s Success?"
> By Robin Bates | Published: June 8, 2016
> 
> Better Living Through Beowulf
> http://betterlivingthroughbeowulf.com/t-s-eliot-a-key-to-hillarys-success/
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> Part of the webpage says:
> 
> Now to “East Coker.” The first stanza of Part V provided the epigraph of Clinton’s Wellesley thesis on activist Saul Alinsky, and she referenced it again in her Wellesley commencement speech. The poem is about Eliot’s frustration that language continually lets him down in the welter of emotions. “Each venture,” he writes,
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> Is a new beginning, a raid on the inarticulate With shabby equipment always deteriorating In the general mess of imprecision of feeling, Undisciplined squads of emotion.
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> 
> The webpage links "Wellesley thesis on activist Saul Alinsky" to:
>   http://www.hillaryclintonquarterly.com/documents/HillaryClintonThesis.pdf
> And "Wellesley commencement speech" links to:
>   http://www.wellesley.edu/events/commencement/archives/1969commencement/studentspeech