Mea Culpa

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This new book offers plenty of pleasure while it lasts and as long as the reader is able to ignore the astonishing claim that all our good ideas, all too soon to become public policy, come to us directly from the living rooms and dinner parties of a little group of New Yorkers whose demonstrable flaws of character should at the very least limit their power and influence over others.

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