MacAllister wasn’t always right, but he was smart enough to know that. He was willing to change his mind when the evidence pointed in a different direction. That fact alone put MacAllister very nearly in a class by himself.
right, smart, enough, know, willing, change, mind, when, evidence
Yes, it was not journalism’s finest hour. But, MacAllister often argued, it never had been.
finest, hour, often, argued, never, been
MacAllister commented recently that Plato was right, that democracy is mob rule, that the voters can be counted on consistently to find the candidate with the fewest scruples and put him in office.
commented, recently, Plato, right, democracy, mob, rule, voters, can
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