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My childhood’s home I see again,
And sadden with the view;
And still, as memory crowds my brain,
There’s pleasure in it too.
O Memory! 601 more words
On the third floor of the Ford’s Theatre Center for Education and Leadership, you will find an exhibit called “Lincoln and the Presidency.” This consists of two statues–Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower–as well as a series of panels on seven presidents and their connections to the memory of Lincoln. 571 more words
The image of poverty is constantly transforming; but is it ever accurate? Popular images associated with America’s working poor- obesity and lavish possessions- are counter to the prevailing (frankly 19th century Charles Dickens era) narrative of ‘rags and starvation’. 621 more words