Unformatted text preview: father in Kenya. Crying there for all caught in change, Obama understands the dangers of globalization and the power "that pulsed in the heart of the first African village and the first Kansas homestead--a faith in other people. . .. And for lack of faith you clung both too much and too little of your past. Too much of its rigidness, its suspicions, its male cruelties. Too lttle of the laughter in Granny's voice . .. the stories around the fire."...
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- Spring '08
- Power, Grammatical number, Mr. Obama, smooth yellow tile