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How the U.S. Air Force came to drop an A-bomb on South Carolina
The strangest of all Cold War relics also offers a clue to why we won it
From Berlin to Washington to Area 51, landmarks of the era are opening up to tourists.
When John Adams was elected President, and Thomas Jefferson Vice President, each came to see the other as a traitor. Out of their enmity grew our modern political system.
Gen. MacArthur designated the author as engineer of the Marine invasion at Wonsan, and told him to accompany the first wave. This would sharpen his mind, MacArthur said, "like an imminent hanging."