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Daily Archives: February 13, 2009
I just watched the History Channel’s powerful three-hour documentary on Abraham Lincoln, and some of the things on the program reminded me of John Locke on Lost. 1. Several scholars remarked that Lincoln’s depression and hard experiences in life actually … Continue reading