By Matt Bai
Yahoo's nationwide political columnist and the previous leader political correspondent for the hot York occasions journal brilliantly revisits the Gary Hart affair and appears at the way it replaced endlessly the intersection of yankee media and politics.
In 1987, Gary Hart-articulate, rushing, refreshingly progressive-seemed a shoo-in for the Democratic nomination for president and led George H. W. Bush very easily within the polls. after which: rumors of marital infidelity, an indelible picture of Hart and a version snapped close to a fatefully named yacht (Monkey Business), and all of it got here crashing down in a blaze of flashbulbs, the start of 24-hour information cycles, tabloid hypothesis, and late-night farce. Matt Bai indicates how the Hart affair marked a very important turning element within the ethos of political media-and, through extension, politics itself-when candidates' "character" started to draw extra fixation than their political event. Bai deals a poignant, hugely unique, and news-making reappraisal of Hart's fall from grace (and missed political legacy) as he makes the compelling case that this used to be the instant while the paradigm shifted-private lives grew to become public, information grew to become leisure, and politics turned the stuff of web page Six.
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5 The renewed Northmen attacks of 879–883 ravaged much of Flanders and northern France. 6 After wintering in Gent at ‘Ercengarius puer’ in Alsace pagus; Brucker, no. 580. In August 869, young Erkengar’s uncle Bernard threw his support behind Charles the Bald in response to Lothar’s granting away of the family patrimony. Charles’ failure to acquire Lotharingia led to the conﬁscation of the family’s properties in Alsace. Emil Kimpen has suggested that Erkengar of Boulogne might be the son of Richgard’s brother Erkengar and his wife, sister of Herbert I count of Vermandois; however, this does not seem likely given that a child of this union would be too young to be count of Boulogne by 879 (Kimpen 1953): 56–7.
Werner 1992): 49. ‘Authority is the right to take certain kinds of action, including decisions to issue commands in certain circumstances. It represents and applies a set of rules, procedures, traditions and norms which are regarded as appropriate and binding within a given social unit. The rules which establish and allocate authority also serve to limit the authority that they institutionalize. . A person “in authority” holds a special position which entitles him to take certain types of action not open to everyone.
The siege of Paris is recounted by Abbon, whose poem focuses primarily on Abbot Ebalus and Count Odo of Paris. Abbon mentions Gauzlin’s appeal to Henry but doesn’t refer to Erkengar; (Abbon 1964): 67. For Henry’s actions see AF, 97 and 100; Regino, 125. 23 (Abbon 1964): 82–91; AV 1:524. 20 25 around the candidates of Count Odo of Paris and Guy of Spoleto, led by Count Theudebert of Vermandois and Archbishop Fulk of Reims respectively. 24 Erkengar’s position on the succession is unknown.