SOURCE: Washington Post
'Clearly, he did not take part in our curriculum': Historians bash Ken Cuccinelli's revised Statue of Liberty Poem
Cuccinelli’s off-the-cuff edit befuddled and concerned immigration historians who saw his comments as a distortion of one of the nation’s most symbolic ideals.
SOURCE: Time Magazine
The poem was engraved onto a plaque placed on the pedestal in 1903 — nearly two decades after the statue was unveiled — and that the monument wasn't always associated with immigration.
by Ed Simon
The Trump aide ventured into literary criticism from the White House podium Wednesday. Too bad he didn't know what he was talking about.
by Ryan Poll
It’s about a different refugee crisis than the one we face now, but it’s every bit as relevant.
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