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"He knows so much; tells so little. Well, I have made up my mind to know what he knows before the end." Page 6, 1833 Chapter 1.

"That was General Washington's office in seventeen seventy-six. He lived in this house for three months, during which he managed to lose New York City to the British. But despite his incompetence, the gods always supported him in the end. I suspect Cromwell was right: the man who does not know where he's going goes farthest. Talleyrand used to tell me that for the great man all is accident. Obviously, he was not a great man since he survived by careful planning, by never showing his true feelings. You must learn that art, Charlie." Page 14, 1833 Chapter Two.

"Positions be damned! Matty will do what he has to do to be nominated and win. He is the perfect politician. On the surface. But I tell...

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