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The uprooting that caused an uprising
Article | Franklin D. Roosevelt was mad. This whole problem with the cherry blossoms was nothing but a "flimflam" cooked up by the newspapers to boost advertising, the president told the White House reporters. "Six hundred trees" doomed, he mocked, reading from some headlines. "Public aroused," he quoted, ...
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All set to bring on the cherry blossoms and wow the tourists
Article | The snow is long gone. So is the high water that followed. And with the cherry blossoms about to open, Washington is poised for Saturday's start of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, marking the 98th anniversary of the arrival of the trees from Japan .

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