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The U.S. embargo on Vietnam does not prevent other countries from doing business there, but it does prevent the country from rebuilding itself
She needed to start over, she knew, but what could she do with a band of Christians out to save her soul?
The Great White Way has already become a kind of Disney World with dirt and real crime, an attraction that the people who used to support it can afford to visit only once a year. Even if Broadway is cleaned up, the author argues, the changes in New York City guarantee that it will never be what it was