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“Her support is broader than I would like, but it's paper-thin,” Shays says.
I hope there'll be people who will say, ‘if Chris Shays wins this election, this is going be a Scott Brown race.’
“Linda McMahon is clearly not a fiscal conservative, which I am,” says Shays with flinty frustration.
I grew up in Connecticut, in a town until recently represented in Congress by Christopher Shays, a thoroughly decent man.
Chris Shays became the “last New England Republican”—the only GOP representative left in the region.
The last battle of Shays's Rebellion was fought here, and the spot is marked by a monument.
Besides, there was Corney Shays, a speedy runner for short distances, but with poor wind.Fred Fenton on the Track|Allen Chapman
Shays's war happened in the latter part of 1786 and the beginning of the following year.Grandfather's Chair|Nathaniel Hawthorne
The smooth flow of the little rolling shays just below had a soothing hypnotic erect.Where the Blue Begins|Christopher Morley
Shays and his followers demanded decreased taxes and a paper currency.Poems of American History|Various