Politics

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum

Last week, my wife, Rosemary, and I diverted to Hyde Park, New York, on the way back home from Syracuse University to see the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. The experience was well worth the hour-and-a-half drive south from Albany along the Hudson River and surprisingly relevant. Once…

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Remembering: “The Community Wants a National Park”

I was the “talker” at stop #2 on today’s final tour in the 2016 Lowell Walks/Summer Series. This “History of the Lowell National Historical Park” walk was led by LNHP Superintendent Celeste Bernardo. With “The Community Wants a National Park” as the theme, I was asked about organizations that I…

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Hillary chooses morning over mourning in America by Marjorie Arons Barron

The entry below is being cross posted from Marjorie Arons-Barron’s own blog. Last night’s historic moment almost seemed anti-climactic. I had shed my tears at the historic milestone when Hillary Clinton had clinched the Democratic nomination. I held my breath for weeks thereafter until Bernie Sanders had endorsed her, making it…

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