SOURCE: The Nation
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SOURCE: Hollywood Progressive
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The true story depicted in the Oscar-nominated film shows the necessity of persistence and the power of hope.
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by John C. Waugh
Trump has suggested how good it might be for him to enjoy a third term, perhaps more, even though the Constitution forcefully forbids it.
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