Oak Bluffs: A Presidential History
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Oak Bluffs: A Presidential History

When President Obama vacations on Martha's Vineyard, he'll become the latest in a long line of prominent African-Americans to flock to the island. Regular summer visitors discuss what they love about the area. Video by AP

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