As we go to press, the forty-first president of the United States, George Herbert Walker Bush, has just been laid to rest. His serious term of office during the final years of the Cold War (1988-92) seems lightyears from our own decadent period of no-holds-barred political con-artistry. The Soviet Union was imploding, though the timing was still hard to predict.
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