Farewell to Barack Obama: A humane, intelligent and (mostly) effective leader
Saturday, 14 January 2017
It’s a cliché that definitive judgments of a presidency take time to develop. Presidents praised in their own era — think of John F. Kennedy — are often subject to revisionist reappraisals by later historians, and the process also works in reverse.
Yet as Barack Obama prepares to vacate the White...
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