"While occasionally resorting to campaign boilerplate and neglecting specifics, Lieberman will seem to many readers, in his stress on citizens— reciprocal rights and responsibilities, a throwback, however subdued, to Robert Kennedy."
Countering rampant cynicism about politicians, US Senator Lieberman (D-Conn.; Child Support in America, 1986, etc.) and D—Orso offer a sober, even convincing plea that what —is right and good about this life . . . far outweighs the bad.— Although noting that this is not a memoir, Lieberman often illustrates points by reviewing stages in his own career: staffer to Sen.
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