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“And Eisenhower, the most organization-minded of all American presidents, believed in delegating authority to his cabinet members.”
“The morning Apollo 11 launched, Reverend Herman Weber gave voice to it for Viola and for all American evangelicals from his pulpit in Wapakoneta’s St. Paul United Church of Christ: “As Thou hast guided our astronauts in previous flights, so guide, we pray, Neil, the esteemed son of our proud community, and his partners, Buzz and Michael, and all others who are involved in this righteous Lunar flight in every station.””
“Mason decided on the saltpeter as the simpler subterfuge, but he then learned the bills of exchange he carried for funds might not be honored, as Britain had moved to block all American credit.”
“Today, only 10 percent of all American adults consume enough healthy foods for their diet to qualify as “good,” according to researchers at the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.”
“Not only did this seem undemocratic, but as the country got larger it became unwieldy, because all American political parties have always been a confederation of local bosses — state bosses, city bosses, people like Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago.”
“Van Valkenburgh, like all American park builders, is following in Olmsted’s footsteps.”
““Imperial Japanese Army and Navy are only prepared to accept surrender of all American and Filipino troops in whole Archipelago — Homma.””
“The last victory was a dearly-bought one, for it cost the life of that most famous of all American cavalry leaders, “Stonewall” Jackson, of whom we shall speak hereafter.”
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