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Browsing a blockbuster museum exhibit featuring beautiful items of clothing from decades and even centuries past, it’s easy to see them as pieces of art, like a painting. But of course, they were once worn, nestled intimately against a body that’s now gone. Which may give you the faint feeling of a rabbit run over

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Lucy Tiven
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Watergate fever took America by storm in the summer of 1973. Dubbed “the hottest daytime soap opera” by Variety, the daily Senate hearings were covered live by ABC, CBS, and NBC in rotating shifts. PBS carried each day’s taped footage in an evening broadcast. In an August 1973 Gallup poll, 88 percent of respondents rep

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