“As has sometimes been noted, one can buy a castle in some parts of Europe for less than a modest condo in San Francisco.”
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“Johnson understood that winning an election was much less important than winning a party. Elected offices came and went every couple of years; parties were institutions anchored in place by their coalitions and organizers.”
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