In his introduction to "The Long Game," Mitch McConnell's memoir of a life in politics, the Kentucky senator proudly boasts that "until now ... no one...
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The fire that swept America in early 1964 was a derivation of the one that incinerated the nation in 1861: the scourge of slavery and the curse of segregation that followed the Civil War.
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