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Robert Scheer: For He's a Jolly Good Scoundrel

George Washington, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Albert Einstein must be rolling in their graves at the news that Sandy Weill, "philanthropist and retired Citigroup Chairman," has joined their ranks at the American Academy of Arts & Scien...
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