The risky business of looking back

Can the newly reinvigorated UFO subculture expedite the economic recovery in Smalltown USA? At Marker 48, a beer named for a ‘60s-era experiencer is part of the plan/CREDIT: Billy Cox BROOKSVILLE, Fla. – On May 22, 1856, inside the Capitol Dome, hothead U.S. Rep. Preston Brooks, D-S.C., hobbled over to the desk of abolitionist Sen. Charles Sumner, R-Mass., intent on settling a “libel” score. Two days earlier, Sumner had railed against slaveholders and the Kansas-Nebraska Act, and condemned by name one of Brooks’ cousins, a fellow U.S. senator.

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