“Harry Truman attributed his admiration for certain former presidents to their having “lived through days when reason was overcome with emotion”. Such a phrase too often describes life in rural Schenectady County town of Duanesburg, a communiity currently challeneged with the paingul task of defining its identity in the waning years of the 20th century.”
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Vincent, Dave. Schenectady Gazette 30 January 1988.
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