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FDR's study in the presidential library is my favorite place at Hyde Park. He was the only president to actually work in his library (indeed, he invented the concept). And unlike the main house at Springwood, it wasn't his mother's house or his family's seast - it was his alone, built on his political abilities. I think he clearly foresaw his historic greatness and planned for our visits, Lance. And I felt that in this room.
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