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    The historical truth of President Andrew Jackson is complicated, as it is for most great men. He was a brawler who dueled his detractors at the drop of a hat, hated the British with a...
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    Both in its original 1995 novel form and its 2000 cinematic counterpart, Nick Hornby's High Fidelity is a poignant, riotously funny exploration of the relationship between music and life --...
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