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    • A different world for each president

      Washington Post· 3 days ago

      Over the last half century, U.S. Presidents have mentioned countries of the world about 1,400 times in their State of the Union speeches. That’s the result of scanning the speech texts since 1964 for the names of more than 200 countries.

    • Is this land made for you and me?

      Leader-Telegram· 6 days ago

      Guthrie, an activist who supported workers’ rights, was dubbed “a poet of the people.” As kids we sang “... this land is my land from California to the...

    • 20 time-warp cities that bring the past to life

      The Telegraph via Yahoo News· 7 months ago

      It was the British writer L P Hartley who mused that “the past is a foreign country” – in the opening line of his 1953 novel The Go-Between. There have...

    • Books to read during APAHM for every reader

      NBC News via Yahoo News· 12 months ago

      In the years since, Nguyen told NBC Asian America, she’s been encouraged as she sees emerging writers facing those themes through a distinctly diasporic...