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Why Eisenhower Sent the 101st Airborne to Little Rock After Brown v. Board

When the Supreme Court ruled in 1954 that separate schools for whites and blacks were unconstitutional and inherently unequal, the ...
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At its height in the 1940s and '50s, the now-defunct Calvin Company of Kansas City, Missouri was one of the ...
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Time alone (chosen or not) can be a chance to hit the reset button

Solitude has become a topic of fascination in modern Western societies because we believe it is a lost art – ...
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Adelphi researcher discovers early, complex brain surgery in ancient Greece

(Adelphi University) New research from Adelphi University has revealed the first forensically-assessed archeological discovery of remains of a group of ...
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How FDR’s ‘Fireside Chats’ Helped Calm a Nation in Crisis

When Franklin D. Roosevelt was inaugurated on March 4, 1933, the United States was entering the fourth year of the ...
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‘I survived Guam, I can get through this bulls–t’ — WWII Vet, 95, Makes Full Recovery From COVID-19

Good news has become scarce of late as the novel coronavirus wreaks havoc on the health and lifestyle of Americans ...
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The swimmer

but today you swirl and spinin sea water as if,creatures of salt and slimeand naked under the sun,life were a ...
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The scholar’s vocation

A century ago, Weber both diagnosed the ills of the corporatised, modern university, and pointed out the path beyond itBy ...
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Death Stalks the Capital

A deadly epidemic in Philadelphia shut down the nation’s business and taught Americans an important lesson: Good health is good ...
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Climate change encouraged colonization of South Pacific Islands earlier than first thought

(University of Southampton) Research led by scientists at the University of Southampton has found settlers arrived in East Polynesia around ...
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