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An Alexander Hamilton and change equals more than $10

By DENNIS GRUBAUGH    I’d recognize Alexander Hamilton just about anywhere. We’re like old friends joined at the hip.    So, when I heard recently that his portrait is going to be replaced on the $10 bill, there were feelings of both annoyance and sentiment, a wallet tradition about to change.    Why, I asked, must the government…

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Capitalism is a wonderful thing — taken in moderation

By ALAN J. ORTBALS    Often times presidential campaigns have themes: Return to Normalcy, the New Deal, a Fair Deal, the New Frontier, etc. But these slogans normally belong to one party or the other. This year is different. Just about everyone — and we have nearly enough candidates for a pickup baseball game — are…

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