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“The United States, as he noted, does have bases in Germany and Japan more than half-a-century after World War II ended.”
“It has to be embarrassing to a point to get caught breaking a Federal Law half-a-century later.”
“As one who has spent half-a-century in newspaper work, I think I know a good deal more about the press than Carter does and some of my judgments of it are considerably harsher than his.”
“He would end the state of emergency, he promised—though a state of emergency that lasts nearly half-a-century is a way of life.”
“Thankfully, the nitrate-based rolls of film -- which might have deteriorated or even spontaneously combusted over the more than half-a-century it sat unrecognized -- was well-preserved in the hot, dry climate of Mexico City, with sufficient air circulating through the boxes in which they were contained.”
“But when you are told for half-a-century that you can't trust smart people and science, you end up with a party that lays itself open to a leadership vacuum.”
“And conservatives only have themselves to blame for the rules they wrote and have been playing by for over half-a-century:”
“That sense of international cooperation did not exist half-a-century ago, when the United States and the Soviet Union were competing in what became known as "the space race.”
“From the outset, there's an implicit homage to Alan Moorehead's classic narratives of historical travel, "The White Nile" and "The Blue Nile," both published half-a-century ago.”
“But in reading her disparaging comments of nearly half-a-century ago of one of the greatest Americans that ever lived, it is important for us to remember that suffering does not necessarily convey wisdom and youthfulness and glamor do not necessarily grant insight.”
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