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(New York Times) — He worries about how he will make a living. He wonders whether people will value him once he is out of office.  But when he thinks about the future,David A. Paterson, the legally blind governor of New York, is most unsettled by something more elementary: how to cross the street. For years, a small army of state employees has done for Mr. Paterson what his predecessors did for themselves: they read him the newspaper, guided him up stairs and around corners, fixed his collar when it was sticking up, and even grabbed a quart of milk for him at the supermarket.

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