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Confluences We could meet at the saddest conjoining on the continent: the Ohio entering the Mississippi at Cairo, Illinois—used to be commerce, tumult and honky tonk— now a nearly-abandoned town of trash. We could meet at Harper’s Ferry, the Potomac rushing over rocky outcrops to the wide slow Shenandoah. They’re as different as two rivers […]

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