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On quitting early, and cashing out

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“Being ‘poor’ in Congress is like being ‘broke’ at Harvard Business School,” Ari Melber incisively wrote yesterday. The context: Jim DeMint, one of the poorest U.S. Senators, just announced he was quitting two years into his six-year term to take the helm of the Heritage Foundation, a leviathan in the D.C. think-tank world. We don’t know DeMint’s new compensation, but we know from the...

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