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Me: So what did you guys do in history class today? Adam: We had a debate on which was more effective, Progressives or Populists. I argued for Populists. Doug: Why did you say Populists were more effective? Adam: Because I was sitting on the left side of the room, and Mr. Ridgway said that people […]
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