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John Adams just died, dammit.

[from the stabenow.com vaults, July 5, 2010] So I’m sitting here bawling because John Adams just died. It doesn’t seem to matter that it happened 182 years ago. The best biographers understand that a biography is not only a history … Continue reading

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A Who’s Who of Americans in Paris in the 1800’s

The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough A Who’s Who of 1800’s Americans travel to Paris to study medicine and art and to just bask in the radiance that is the world’s greatest city. Everyone’s here, Oliver Wendell … Continue reading

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