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07.01c. Yale Men and the Presidency. Chris Atwood, a Harvard man, pointed me towards this National Review article and wondered why I wasn't a contender:

It's not absolutely required that you attend Yale before running for president, but it's strongly recommended. Over the past three decades, Yale graduates have occupied the Oval Office for 18 years, thanks to Gerald Ford (1941L), George H.W. Bush (1948), Bill Clinton (1973L) and George W. Bush (1968). And of course that streak is certain to continue for the next four years after President Bush faces off in November against John Kerry (l966).

I'm afraid this blog has ruined my chances by now. Nonetheless, it's nice to see alma mater doing so well. [permalink: 04.07.01c.htm]

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