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Shortly after becoming Prime Minister of Poland in 1919, the great pianist Ignace Jan Paderewski met his French counterpart Georges Clemenceau at a conference held to hammer out the ill-fated Versailles Treaty. "How is it," Clemenceau asked him, "that an artist like you can stoop so low as to become a politician?"

[By 1920, neither man was prime minister.]

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