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Warren B. Rudman

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November 21, 2012
Senator Rudman was one of the rare breed of fiscal conservatives who carried the Senate through the tumultuous economic challenges of the 80s and early 90s, and through the turbulent political change of a global dual power structure shared by the United States and the Soviet Union, to the many greater and lesser voices of social change after the break-up of the USSR. He remained a steady voice of conservative reason after he left the Senate, and continued on as an elder statesmen, attorney, and commentator, much respected in New England, Washington D.C. and international political circles. His wisdom and influence on Capitol Hill and in Concord will be greatly missed. He had a wonderful smile.
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