But those were not more noble than the others, hardy barbarians, forests, and morasses
They chased us into the blueberry swamp, but we knew the tree-paths across the farther morasses
where they could not follow on the ground, and so we escaped.
Contrary to the usual practice of the men of their caste, this party had left the fertile bottoms of the low country, and had found its way, by means only known to such adventurers, across glen and torrent, over deep morasses
and arid wastes, to a point far beyond the usual limits of civilised habitations.
Here's how Governor Johnson of Georgia, in a speech in Philadelphia in the 1850s, bluntly put the problem the whites faced: "They cannot hire labor to cultivate rice swamps, ditch their low ground or drain their morasses
There is much about Czechoslovakia before, during, and after World War II; foreign policy luminaries of the Democratic Party; the ever-evolving roles of Washington society wives (and ex wives); the never-ending question of authentic Jewish identity; and other morasses
that Albright somehow navigated on her way to the top.