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75 Years After the Battle of Midway, a Tour of the Midway Atoll

A major World War II naval battle around the Midway Atoll—a trio of small islands near Hawaii—ended in June 1942 when the United States turned back a Japanese attack and crippled its Imperial Navy. Now, 75 years later, this atoll … Continue reading

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74 Years Since the ‘Battle of Midway’—What Happens Now?

It was 74 years ago this week—June of 1942—that one of the major naval battles of World War II raged around the Midway Atoll, a chain of three small islands that are about 1,300 miles from Honolulu. Today, the atoll … Continue reading

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Our 3rd Comptroller General, Lindsay C. Warren

Updated: Though we recognize Mr. Warren’s accomplishments below, Comptroller General Warren actively worked to prevent North Carolina from approving women’s suffrage and while in the U.S. Congress, argued for racial segregation in congressional facilities. Those efforts are diametrically opposed to … Continue reading

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