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  • How many people think he's broad-gauged, genuine, knowing, or that his judgment on political issues is superior?

    The Power of Bad Ideas

  • * He favored broad-gauged, integrative thinkers who could both absorb huge loads of complex material and apply it practically and lucidly without resorting to off-putting jargon.

    THE PROMISE

  • * He favored broad-gauged, integrative thinkers who could both absorb huge loads of complex material and apply it practically and lucidly without resorting to off-putting jargon.

    THE PROMISE

  • Obama was determined that his foreign policy would always be broad-gauged and connected to what was affordable domestically, in both political and budgetary terms.

    THE PROMISE

  • Obama was determined that his foreign policy would always be broad-gauged and connected to what was affordable domestically, in both political and budgetary terms.

    THE PROMISE

  • Obama was determined that his foreign policy would always be broad-gauged and connected to what was affordable domestically, in both political and budgetary terms.

    THE PROMISE

  • * He favored broad-gauged, integrative thinkers who could both absorb huge loads of complex material and apply it practically and lucidly without resorting to off-putting jargon.

    THE PROMISE

  • "We've just got to make sure our message is broad-gauged and compassionate and that we care about people's lives and we've got a plan to help them improve their lives," he said.

    Bush Defends His Tenure, Concedes Some 'Disappointments'

  • In a sense the entire history of the Times after World War II can be seen as a struggle to keep up with an audience that was getting smarter and more broad-gauged in its interests, and that was doing so more rapidly than was the newsroom on West Forty-third Street.

    My Times

  • In a sense the entire history of the Times after World War II can be seen as a struggle to keep up with an audience that was getting smarter and more broad-gauged in its interests, and that was doing so more rapidly than was the newsroom on West Forty-third Street.

    My Times

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