Why does the press keep insisting on differences between political parties and their top officials? Is it perhaps because without such elocutionary distinctions it would be very difficult to distinguish one candidate from another? Our politicians can hardly be differentiated from one another in the kind of lifestyles they enjoy: by and large they wake […]
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