Bob Graham, Former U.S. Senator And 2-Term Florida Governor, Dies At 87

Apr 17, 2024 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

60% : After retiring from the Senate in 2005, Graham moved on to the Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida.
59% : "The memorials to that devotion are everywhere - from the Everglades and other natural treasures he was determined to preserve, to the colleges and universities he championed with his commitment to higher education, to the global understanding he helped to foster through his work with the intelligence community, and so many more.
55% : "He was a rare collection of public accomplishments and personal traits that combined to make him unforgettable.
30% : "I'm afraid I never wavered from my belief that this was a distraction that was going to come to a bad end in Iraq and an even worse end in Afghanistan," Graham said in an opinion article for the Huffington Post in 2008.

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