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Again, no Rooseveltian "brain trust" is in sight, even though unorthodoxies are called for, not just because of the hopes Obama's victory have aroused, but because of the urgency of our present circumstances.
It was indeed Aubrey's principal hobby, and allowed him to air his unorthodoxies.
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