Coverage at FT.com—Europe’s equivalent to The New York Times—indicates the French may quickly put aside DSK’s scandals. A miracle resurrection is indeed rare, reportedly experienced by just one other Jew in world history, some 2,000 years ago.
Seriously, the pending comeback of Dominique Strauss-Khan is an amazing story of the rise and fall, and rise again, of a towering European political figure. DSK headed the IMF, and he was about to announce a run for the French presidency just when the stunning May 14 hotel chambermaid rape allegations resulted in dramatic
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