In <em>Making It</em>, <strong>Norman Podhoretz</strong>, consumed as much by the qualities of failure as by his own success, came to realize what he was against: "losers"

In Making It, Norman Podhoretz, consumed as much by the qualities of failure as by his own success, came to realize what he was against:
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In Making It, Norman Podhoretz, consumed as much by the qualities of failure as by his own success, came to realize what he was against: "losers"

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