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May, 1946. Willard Rochester sat in his office in the Federal Building in Manhattan. He glanced at his watch.
Every night I dream of fathers, their bodies ferried away
into the far corner between sleep and waking.
“Why do I love what fades?”
The offices of the University Weekly are socketed within the. . .
The Amazon HQ2 story is a microcosm of twenty-first century capitalism and a parable about the changing nature of left politics.
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Why the latest college admissions exposé will only make things worse.