Thomas...People Like To Be Asked

Edaburn, Patrick
January 2010
Moderate Voice;1/19/2010, p19
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The article features Thomas O'Neill, which is considered as one of the best sources for good political stories and analogies. He is famous for adapting mantra, but according to the author, he used to tell regarding his first campaign. Moreover, when he first ran for the local town council, together with his friends are trying to get votes.


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