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Wrapping Themselves in 'Va. Values' Could Prove Lonely for Legislators

Virginia was unstoppable, the biggest, brightest, richest state in the new nation. Through the first decades of the American experiment, the Old Dominion dominated the revolution, the Constitutional Convention and the presidency. The state produced a cavalcade of daring, innovative leaders, inclu...

By Marc Fisher

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