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Walt Whitman at 200
The Bard and His Democracy

Walt Whitman was pen pals with Emerson, idolized Lincoln, and sought to “sing America” by finding grandeur in the everyday. Two hundred years later, he’s still an American original.

Published on: September 17, 2019
Devorah Goldman is an assistant editor at National Affairs.
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