Method and Madness 

Dueling banjos Herenton and Fields provide a discordant backdrop for the latest civic drama.

Okay, so it wasn't just frivolous nonsense. Those of us (present company included) who hastened to argue that ex-mayor Willie Herenton had gone off the edge and was more to be pitied than scorned were (somewhat) guilty of a rush to judgment…

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