November 12, 2008 at 8:09 PM
Joan Didion a noted writer and intellectual and essentially an Obama supporter notes her unease.
I forgot, Hope and Change
I found this well put:
>The thing is that Didion, studying current euphoria with such a distanced eye but still able to feel moved, made me feel more optimistic then than anyone else.
"Cautious optimism," cited elsewhere in the article and/or replies, would be my motto as well. Always a good thing to advocate (or cautious pessimism, depending on what side of the camp one rests). Thanks for posting the link, Corwin.
Joan Didion is kind of great. Thanks for posting this.
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