Presented by Partnership for America's Health Care Future: Victory Lap; the True Crisis; Quote of the Week
Good morning. It’s Friday, Feb. 7, 2020, the day of the week when I pass along a quotation meant to be uplifting. Today’s comes from Ernest Hemingway, who on this date in 1923 was traveling by train with his wife Hadley from the Swiss mountain town of Chamby to the Italian Riviera to meet Ezra Pound and his wife, Dorothy.
Ernest and Hadley had been married year and a half by then; it was on this trip that Hadley informed her husband that she was pregnant.
“I am too young to be a father,” the 23-year-old writer complained to Gertrude Stein, a remark she found ridiculous — and passed on to…
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