A few weeks ago, The Washington Post ran a story about historical "last things," the physical symbols of our "prosperous life" that we hold on to, no matter how much we have to scale back. In the 1800s, it was the family piano. During WWII, it was the pocketbook. Jeremy E. Andamson of the Library of Congress puts it succinctly: "Those things that we believe give us dignity are the last thing to go.moreless
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