“Reagan started the practice, which I thought was a little corny, but it worked,” Sorensen said.
Mr. Sorensen, a longtime friend of the Petersons, was recovering from a recent stroke and had all but lost his eyesight.
Sorensen played up his experience with the Kennedys and was greeted like a celebrity on the trail—but still lost.
Neither White nor Sorensen nor Schlesinger deserve blanket condemnations.
Such a portrayal may have been flattering to Sorensen, or somehow psychologically soothing to the former aide.
As for Captain Sorensen, he went to the Palace and pottered about, getting snubbed by the persons in authority.
As for Captain Sorensen—why, it's the pride after the fall, instead of before it.
Sorensen was absolutely correct in his statements about the state of the art of making voltaic cells.
You did not think that what Bunker said was true—did you, Captain Sorensen?
Angela sat far back against the door, with Captain Sorensen and Nelly.