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Last night’s police violence against citizens of Ferguson, MO was an affront to democracy.
The mass frustration is surely there.
When President Lyndon Johnson gave his June 4, 1965 commencement address at Howard University, he invoked a symbolic language
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No president ever wins points for being Hamlet.
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