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Who will tell your story? Probably not Donald Trump.

Original story at Mother Jones• 3 mentions • 1 week ago

Mother Jones 1 week ago

 
Teddy Roosevelt’s ranch is a national park. His face is a national monument. His Long Island estate is a national historic site—as are the Gramercy Park brownstone where he was born and the Buffalo mansion where he took the oath of office. In Washington, DC, the National Park Service maintains a channel island in the Potomac with a 17-foot statue of the soft-spoken, big-stick-wielding bull moose himself, not far from where the 26th president used to swim with his aides. (“In the buff,” as they say.) The park service, like lots of other custodians of American history, has always had ...
 
 
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11 Aug
Clara Jeffery @ClaraJeffery
To the idiotic bigot-in-chief goes the historical narrative https://t.co/GgvvVBzKLr
11 Aug
Nick Baumann @NickBaumann
RT @timothypmurphy: I am genuinely curious what kinds of sites Trump will add the national park service system. https://t.co/fPUG5RWPKY htt…
11 Aug
Mother Jones @MotherJones
Who Will Tell Your Story? Probably Not Donald Trump. https://t.co/XfeYlo7Gui https://t.co/5Qd6xwne19