longheadedness love

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  • Another Obama advantage is that he's showing signs of a quality ascribed to Roosevelt — "longheadedness."

    How Much Change Is Change?

  • So in measuring Reagan's greatness, insufficient attention is now given to his longheadedness and toughness in putting the Soviet Union on the path to extinction.

    REAGAN'S ECHO IN HISTORY

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  • "...a quality ascribed to Franklin D. Roosevelt—'longheadedness.' Behind their enigmatic smiles, longheaded politicians look farther downfield than most."
    --Jonathan Alter, "How Much Change Is Change?" Newsweek, March 10, 2008, p. 39

    March 12, 2008