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In a boastful floor speech in 1868, Sen. James Henry Hammond, South Carolina Democrat, warned hostile Northern colleagues of his region's economic prowess. "Look at her," Hammond said of the South. "Eight hundred and fifty thousand square miles. As large as Great Britain, France, Austria, Prussia and Spain combined!" The South was "territory enough to make an empire ... that might rule the world."
A western Pennsylvania school district has decided not to stage a Tony Award-winning musical about a Muslim street poet after members of the community complained about the play on the heels of the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
A Pennsylvania school district has decided not to stage a Tony Award-winning musical about a Muslim street poet after community members complained about the timing so soon after the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.