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Martha, Martha, you are worried and distracted by many things; there is need of only one thing. Mary has chosen the better part, w ...
Martha, your father told me something once, a long time ago, when I first started to work with him: In the war of science, many pe ...
There were two unpleasant surprises [about Washington]. One was the inertia of Congress, the length of time it takes to get a comp ...
There are always those who are willing to surrender local self-government and turn over their affairs to some national authority i ...
... by and large, wife-changing and high office are not compatible. This inequity accounts for the many dull women in Washington a ...
Washington will ever be a city for extracurricular romance and undercover trysts, partly because of the high moral standards deman ...
President Kennedy had a wholesome, widely discussed, and largely deserved reputation for his interest in women.... But no Presiden ...
As the term of my relief from this place [Washington, D.C.] approaches, it's drudgery becomes more nauseating and intolerable, and ...
Congress has scarcely any thing to employ them, and complain that the place [Washington, D.C.] is remarkably dull.
It was almost with the feeling of a rider who was wondering whether his horse would make the course that she regarded this body of ...
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