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Talking after a dinner in honor of Winston Churchill at Elysee Palace, residence of French President Vincent Auriol, in Paris on May 10, 1947, are left to right: Leon Blun, President Auriol, Mr. Churchill, and Georges Bidault, French foreign affairs minister. (AP Photo/Jean Jacques Levy)
WASHINGTON: Columnists get complaints. After a recent column (which argued that maybe the economy is better than we say), I got one from Alice Lang of Spartanburg, South Carolina. She accused me (politely) of ignoring the long-term unemployed, of which she is one.