Tuesday, August 03, 2004

The first in an occasional series whereby your blogstress singles out for note a sentence for nothing more than the quality of its craft.

Sentence of the day

From David Remnick's analysis in this week's New Yorker of John F. Kerry's speech to the Democratic National Convention:

The greatest similarity between the first J.F.K. and the current one lies not in their Ivy privilege or clambake geography but, rather, in the fact that both built a Presidential campaign narrative from acts of Navy heroism.

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