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Will the people rule? . . . Is democracy possible?  —Lincoln Steffens In the early 1990s, when he was running for office and losing just about every year, John O’Hara was known as “Mad Dog” for his quixotic campaigns. Appropriately, his political enemies wanted the young lawyer “leashed, muzzled, and caged, if not shot,” as

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is a writer living in Brooklyn. He is the author of Notes from September 11, a book of poems.

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