August 3, 2012
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In his 1903 book, “The Souls of Black Folk,” W.E.B DuBois spent two chapters sketching the results of sociological work completed during a recent trip. He had at last come down from Atlanta to Albany-Dougherty County, which he termed the “Egypt of the South.” But unlike Moses, he boarded the train back north without a clear sense of how to go about the reform which he saw was so badly needed.
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Critics of liberal democracy have often suggested that the slim emolument and limited sense of importance attached to governmental positions will deter the ablest citizens from seeking careers as permanent servants of the state.
The name of the 2012 Olympic mascot, Wenlock, refers to the town Much Wenlock in Shropshire, England, where the idea of the modern games began.