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State of the Union address: Obama to gloat over r...
... not just about what gets passed this year, it’s about who we elect in 2016,” said
, a professor of communications at American University who was chief speechwriter for...
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the University of Chicago
Ex-Gov. Mario Cuomo dies on New Year’s Day
Point to prevent the city from seizing their property, according to several published reports. Robert Moses, president of the 1964-65 World’s Fair, wanted the land for expanded fair and later...
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Black Press USA
Mario Cuomo, former New York governor, dies
... defeat of Koch in 1982, Cuomo went on to beat conservative millionaire Republican Lewis Lehrman. Cuomo never lost sight of his humble beginnings as a son of Italian immigrants. In his DNC...
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San Antonio Express-News
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Mario Cuomo, NY governor and liberal beacon, dies...
... when he took up the case of junkyard dealers whose property had been condemned; the planner Robert Moses wanted the land, 67 acres, to expand the site of the 1964 World’s Fair. Cuomo won a...
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Lycoming College brings Created Equal initiative ...
... sociology and criminal justice, Villanova University. 7:30 p.m. April 8 - Fourty-second annual Robert H. Ewing Lecture: "Whose Memories Matter? Race, Identity, and the Battle for American...
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