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  1. Your blog is thought-provoking. As a life-long Hoosier with roots in both rural Indiana and second generation immmigrants from eastern Europe and the Middle East, I found myself taking a moment to reflect on my own identity-shaping process. Sometimes we take for granted the many experiences and influences that shape our lives and our worldview. Stopping to see that process through the lens of another’s journey is enlightening.


  2. I agree. This is an excellent book. I read it a few months ago after a historian friend told me it is one of the best autobiographies in American history. I thought he might be exaggerating, but now, after reading the book, I agree.
    I wish the President’s critics would read the book and frame their disagreements and criticism in such a thoughtful manner.



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