From Talking About Politics. Here's the opening part:
If you want to know politics at its best, study David Price.
He was showered with well-earned praise when he retired from Congress earlier this month.
But too few people fully appreciate what a force for good Price has been for so long – for the Triangle, for North Carolina, for the Democratic Party and, above all, for America’s system of politics and government.
I have watched him and learned from him for 40-plus years – since 1980, when he took a leave of absence from teaching at Duke to be executive director of the state Democratic Party; through 1981 when he was staff director of the national Democratic Party’s Commission on Presidential Nominations, chaired by Governor Jim Hunt; and then as chair of the state Democratic Party during the difficult and disappointing 1984 election cycle.
Since he was elected in 1986, Price has done his work quietly and well, respectfully and constructively.
He’s the opposite of the congressional clowns who get gobs of media coverage, like a Cawthorn, Green or Gaetz.
Neighbor and friend
Congressman Price is a good one.