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One Man

It was not going well, or at least not as well as Martin Luther King Jr. had hoped. The afternoon had been long: the crowds massed before the Lincoln Memorial...

Free to Be Happy

The declaration of independence enshrined the pursuit as everyone’s right. but the founders had something much bigger than bliss in mind

Founding Fair Play

It had been a brutal race. Two hundred twelve autumns ago, in the campaign of 1800, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams faced off over the future of the young...

Viewpoint: Make a Deal Now, Obama

Delaying an agreement on the fiscal cliff only makes the re-elected president's ultimate task more difficult.

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