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Why JFK has more in common with Elvis than with FDR
The country’s newest Vietnamese refugees missed the boat the first time, when Saigon fell. In several ways they are missing the boat again
We know the answer: to grow so that we can all buy more and keep the world economy spinning. Asians have a different answer: to grow so that a country can produce more—whoever buys the goods—and keep the country’s, not the world’s, economy spinning
Constance and Ray had been married for six years, and more than five of them had been shaky. Now Ray seemed to have turned a corner, but Constance couldn’t shake her premonitions of disaster