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“Near but not on the National Mall, a lovely temple stands in West Potomac Park in a grove a trees, dedicated to the 26,000 Washington, D.C., soldiers who died in World War I. Neglected for 40 years, it was finally repaired in 2010, but efforts to make it a national monument have stalled in Congress.”—Mackenzie Carpenter/Pittsburgh Post Gazette, July 28, 2014.

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