Part 2
Michael Goldfarb
Part 1
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I was in Latin class at Welsh Valley Junior High School when John Dodds, the principal, announced the President had been shot. He ended, “I want you al…
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Every morning the men went to work. All of them. By car, by commuter train, by bus. In that blissful dawn everyone had a job. It was part of the victor…
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Pope Francis in Iraq
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My Eden was made of concrete. It was not a place to go barefoot. There was black soot blowing from the coal chute and rustling old newspapers wrapped a…
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Rush Was Just A Front, A Talented One, But a Front Nonetheless
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History of a Calamity: America's Decades Long March to Trump and Cold Civil War
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Two Films, One Nearly 60 years old, Are Worth Re-watching
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76 Years Ago Today, The Camp Was Liberated
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A Trip to Mississippi 25 Years Ago Was a Warning for Today
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A Tale of Two (actually, three) Inaugurals
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