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Growing up in a traditional Filipino family, Hart was always around children.
Hart still has trouble understanding how thousands of abandoned and abused boys and girls in the foster-care system can be relegated to color coordinated photo albums.
I could not believe how these parents, who were given the blessing of having children, would waste their lives,'' Hart said, tears rolling down her face.
They also wanted either Filipino or white kids, like Hart and her husband of 15 years.
Sometimes even packing their bags was too much for me,'' Hart said.
A couple of years passed, and one day Hart received a 4-month-old little girl.
Hart under-cuts his own virtue by making too much of it.
Toward the end of the book, Hart addresses the question in a few grudging paragraphs.
The First Amendment," Hart notes, "provides the press a shield, not a sword.
By laundering his own identity through the idealized "reformer," Hart appears to glomb onto the pantheon of reformers he extols in these pages: Jefferson, Kennedy, Gorbachev, Havel.
Strange as this may sound, Hart is in many ways a Victorian moralist ("cultural revolution made him skittish," he writes of the sixties) and as with the Victorians, his sense of duty and honor seems to have bred its opposite in the less visible corners of his life.
I write this sadly, because the pre-Rice Gary Hart was a political figure I truly admired.

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