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Yes, Virginia, Things Will Probably Get Better...

Live from America's Better Self: Orientation Day : Yesterday we had 750 groups of about 20 people each following standards around the campus: The Berkeley freshmen are here. Young, smart very idealistic, many very upwardly mobile, somewhat scared, very excited—at the prospect of being no longer children but themselves, and grown-ups. You look at them, and you have to think America is very great indeed.
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