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It’s time to update a struggling Colonial Williamsburg

Changing tastes and attitudes about American history have long been a source of decline for Colonial Williamsburg, the living history museum and private foundation that tell the story of Virginia’s early days. But now, the once-popular vacation destination is ramping up to survival mode. It is planning to outsource commercial operations such as its golf […]
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