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    News of the Week: A Mission to Mars, a Magnum Sequel, and a Mix-Up in Astrology 

    Mars and stars are in this week's news: Elon Musk plans to colonize Mars, Magnum, P.I.'s daughter might get her own show, your zodiac sign might have changed, the soap opera world lost an important contributor, and more.

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    The Belles of the Brawl

    Forced to attend her grandmother’s roller derby match, Mary Calhoun is not a happy teenager. But when Gram’s team takes one too many hits, Mary may have to swallow her pride and join the Belles of the Brawl.

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    Long before Trump: The Unsettling Popularity of Huey Long

    Huey Long’s radical ideas about government were popular enough in Louisiana to take him from Baton Rouge to Washington, D.C., but federal-level politicians saw him as a threat.

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    Arnold Palmer Introduces the Grand Slam

    In 1960, Palmer became the first professional golfer to win more than $75,000 in a single season. More than halfway to this goal in June, he talked with the Post about how he planned to make his mark on professional golf.

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  • Jonah J. Goldstein was a New York City judge for over thirty years.

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    Free Narcotics for Drug Addicts?

    In the mid-1960s, two men — head of the National Association for the Prevention of Addiction to Narcotics and a New York Judge — argued that the solution to the nation’s drug problem might be to give addicts the drugs they crave.

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Post Week in Review

News of the Week: A Mission to Mars, a Magnum Sequel, and a Mix-Up in Astrology 

Mars and stars are in this week's news: Elon Musk plans to colonize Mars, Magnum, P.I.'s daughter might get her own show, your zodiac sign might have changed, the soap opera world lost an important contributor, and more.

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