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Mitch Daniels' Moment, and Dilemmas

By David Paul Kuhn - February 16, 2011

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The man tends to meet the moment in presidential politics. Successors often compensate for struggling presidents' weaknesses. George H.W. Bush's aloof feel for the recession was followed by Bill Clinton's common touch. Clinton's personal impropriety paved the way for the most openly religious president in the modern day. The folksy George W. Bush, weighed down by the Iraq war, leads to the...

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