From the long-ago days of Franklin Roosevelt calming the nation’s fears during the depression with his fireside chats, right up to today, we do look to political leaders for communal reassurance at times of crisis.
When we aren’t scorning them, we love to laugh with – or, more often, at them. But after a national shock like the 1986 space shuttle Challenger disaster, politicians comforted with their eloquence. Or, as President Barack Obama did after the Boston Marathon bombings, helped bind us together.
During Tuesday’s tribute, we once again saw politicians striking resonant chords "
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