GARY HART - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 09/10/1984 - HFSID 83670
GARY HART Senator Gary Hart responds to a request for a special saying Typed Letter Signed: "Gary Hart". 1p. 8x10½, Senatorial Letterhead. Washington, D.C., 1984 September 10. To: Mr. Paul Friscat, North Canton, Ohio. In Full: Dear Mr.
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Senator Gary Hart responds to a request for a special saying
Typed Letter Signed: "Gary Hart". 1p. 8x10½, Senatorial Letterhead. Washington, D.C., 1984 September 10. To: Mr. Paul Friscat, North Canton, Ohio. In Full: Dear Mr. Friscat: Thank you for taking the time to write and inquire about a saying that means a lot to me. I don't think there is any saying I could pick out and say it's my favorite. I use quotes I've taken from other speakers as well as my own. One such saying is, 'the easy path is the beaten path, but the beaten path seldom leads to the future.' I first stated this back in 1980 while I was referring to leadership and old ap-proaches to new problems. I believe old approaches die very hard. But leadership, I think, means breaking away, taking a new path, especially when old problems stagnate. Again, many thanks for contacting me. Please continue to do so if I can be of further assistance. Sincerely," Gary Hart, a U.S. Senator from Colorado (1975-1987), contended seriously for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 1984 and was the frontrunner in the 1988 contest until knocked from the race by charges of marital infidelity. He co-chaired the U.S. National Security Commission for the 21st Century, which warned in 1999 that a major terrorist attack on American soil was likely in the near future. Since leaving office, Hart earned a doctorate in politics from Oxford (2001) and in 2006, accepted a professorship at the University of Colorado. He has written or co-authored numerous books and articles, including four novels, two under the pen name John Blackthorn. Horizontal fold creases. Fine condition.
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