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The making of me

June 1st, 2003


Staring at a text of Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era, my friend pronounced, “Anyone with Zbigniew Brzezinski on her bookshelf is an official political geek.”

booksleft1He doesn’t know the half of it. I actually read the damn thing.

It all began in the second-most-recent era of miniskirts and platform shoes. My own green velvet mini and brown and lavender neck-breakers are all that I recall of sartorial experimentation, but my memories of political adventure are, some twenty-eight years later, vivid.

I owe it all to my brother, Kenny. Inexplicably, his 1975 Christmas gift to me was a copy of All the President’s Men. One might imagine that a high-schooler’s consciousness would be too tender for riveting accounts of beltway skullduggery. Not so, as it turned out. Now a professional political junkie, I see that this book was the catalyst of my career.

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