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No surprise in Cambridge

July 26, 2009

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In the Gates incident in Cambridge, three principals were surprised, in ways they should not have been. Obama should not have been surprised that his "stupidly" remark caused a reaction. Crowley should not have been surprised that his appearance in Gates's house caused his vituperative reaction, and Gates himself should not have been surprised that an officer responding to a possible burglary would demand his ID. (Full article: 317 words)

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