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Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas was eager for a railroad to connect Chicago with California. Douglas also supported popular sovereignty. This railroad would have to pass through Nebraska Territory; first, Nebraska would have to adopt statehood. A leading question in gaining statehood: allow slavery or not? Biased elections were held, and Kansas and Nebraska were carved ...
... It was doable.
We rode past a lakeside, gated community of two storey mansions surrounded by a suburb of demountable houses (mobile homes they are called here) each with its collection of broken stuff in its yard. The same scene was repeated many times in many other places. After a while we didn't mention the dissonance. After a while the shock of the contrast was gone but behind it all some things were clear. The US has become a more polarised and ...
On a side tangent, one of my closest friends from Monterey posted this great list to abide by on my Facebook wall:
Theresea O'Gorman > Brooke Morgan
My dearest Brook-son: As you prepare for your journey and adventures in Italia, I have a few things ...
... is lined with restaurants and nice
stores; tall-spired churches, the Douglas County Courthouse, and other
attractive buildings in the native white limestone abound; and the in-town condo
living and loft market in Lawrence is clearly buzzing with several new
buildings under construction. I dinnered, had a few good homemade brews at the
Free State Brewing Company, and concluded Lawrence is one of America’s nicer
The capital of Kansas is a medium sized city of under
150,000 people named Topeka. I stopped at a motel once before in Topeka in 1989
on my return drive to New York after a na´ve and unsuccessful attempt to assert
my independence and start a new life on my own in San Diego after college. The
car I had at the time had cruise control (the Jeep I’ve owned since 1999 does
not), and one of the things I recall was crossing the ...