Look to history for remedy

President Trump’s conduct the other day exceeds that of Philip Nolan, the fictitious U.S. Army lieutenant in the book “The Man without a Country” by Edward Everett Hale.
Nolan was tried for treason as an accomplice to Aaron Burr, when he renounced his nation and shouted “I wish I may never hear of the United States again!”
He was sentenced to spend the rest of his life aboard U.S. Navy warships in exile with no right ever to set foot on U.S. soil again, with explicit orders that no one should ev...

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