Chronicles Magazine History

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    Not Separate and Not Equal

    After World War II, the rush into the San Fernando Valley began. By 1950, the Valley’s population had more than doubled, reaching 400,000. Much of the Valley, especially its western reaches, still consisted of wide-open spaces.

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    Royal Teddy

    Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., was the first of our Northeastern rich-boy presidents, blazing a trail for his kinsman Franklin, John F. Kennedy, and the two Bushes. Even Nelson Rockefeller, who had no abilities and no popularity that was not bought...

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