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ShareAmerica | Connect with America
ShareAmerica is a place for the best social content on democracy, freedom of expression, innovation, entrepreneurship, education, science and civil society.
ShareAmerica | Connect with America
ShareAmerica is a place for the best social content on democracy, freedom of expression, innovation, entrepreneurship, education,...
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|The cost of human smuggling|
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|Diplomat honored as katrina hero|
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|The u.s. and canada: partners in space|
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|An uptick in hiring by women employers|
|U.s. special envoy for holocaust issues looks to the past — and the future|
|The rio treaty and venezuela: myth vs. fact [infographic]|
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