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Alexandra is kind of a mysterious person, by her own choosing, a sort of asterisk to her mother, as she took it for granted, the polymorphous function her mother would play in how she functioned part-and-parcel of the campaigns she covered in 2004. How ABOUT Alexandra, who wrote this book while shooting a documentary for HBO? Do you picture her, like I do, long ponytail grown-out, because her Italian father refused to condone her cutting her hair? Or more as one of her mother's equitably emancipated daughters, for whom "Know Your Power: A Message to America's Daughters, was written? Nancy Pelosi's book, by the way, looks like a book that my aged grandmother would have loved, alongside one about Elinore Roosevelt. Alexandra was not exactly beloved by the presidential hopefuls, but effectively dramatized the perceptions of events, that determinated Bush's reelection. She made me remember, (what the hell I was thinking,) I voted for Howard Dean. After considerable speculation I suspect, she might have, too.
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