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“This news is timely, for it comes right when we need a long-overdue homecoming to return us to the original wisdom of the oldest ways of Africa.”
“In addition Carter passed a long-overdue reform of the federal Civil Service; modernized U.S. weapons systems with innovations such as stealth aircraft and the MX missile; and won ratification of the Panama Canal treaties—a goal that had frustrated five previous presidents and produced lasting economic and diplomatic benefits.”
“Like starting to make some long-overdue decisions about the tax code, for example.”
“Wisconsin's teachers have conceded on the first, a sensible and long-overdue step.”
“Lately, they had begun to see in their polling evidence that independents, even some of those who usually voted for Republicans, were beginning to show a long-overdue openness to the idea that the president might have known what he was doing all along and had admirably stuck to his course while Republicans had barked and obstructed.”
“I would greatly prefer to come to a final agreement with the Senate to put this long-overdue budget work behind us.”
“The actress, who was unjustly denied an Emmy nomination for her fiercely nuanced turn as a recovering drug-addict mother in Treme creator David Simon's 2000 miniseries, The Corner, deserves long-overdue recognition for this role.”
“During the first two years of his presidency, with his party controlling, more or less, both houses of Congress, he was able to enact some long-overdue progressive reforms.”
“But opening that recipe box... that was a long-overdue marker on the journey to healing.”
“If you have a pile of unopened bills because you know there are notices about long-overdue invoices in there then open those up and get them on the table.”
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