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This is a book that deserves, and is sure to get, a wide audience.
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Charles Moore. Cutler was a workaholic who told Koons he was taking an amphetamine, Dexedrine, to wake up and a barbiturate, Seconal, to sleep. Hoover, McCarthy, Cohn and their comrades also figured that their own sexual orientation was not cause to recuse themselves from government.
It is also — and not incidentally — a tragic love story.
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