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Re: Nominating Kofi’s successor

I nominate Indian novelist Arundhati Roy. She has all the requirements: impoverished upbringing (or so the story goes) in India, an attractive woman, a bestselling author, and an unrepentant and unhinged critic of the West and the U.S. in particular. Her career was nicely summarized by one newspaper, which said that she proved “that you can be a political radical and look like a million dollars at parties.” And the title of her bestselling novel, The God of Small Things, is a nice distillation of the U.N. Secretary General’s position.

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