“Things are changing,” said Corning as he sipped his Scotch. “It’s getting harder to convince good people to run for office.”
“It always has been,” Frank said.
“Not like today. There was a time when success in business or an honorable stint in the military with a medal or two punched your ticket. Now achievement is demonized, as if no one can succeed without hanging a few skeletons in their closet.”
James Corning in Desire by John Cordon
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