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US News and World Report is sponsoring this, with a National Vote to determine th 10 most important documents in our history.

A very interesting list indeed, and it will be interesting to see how bad the American people screw up the vote.

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    Originally posted by Grimis
    A very interesting list indeed, and it will be interesting to see how bad the American people screw up the vote.
Move to Canada already, Mr. Cynic.

But seriously, given the hoops they make you jump through (the first of which is, most likely you should be a reader of US News & World Report to even get that far), I have a feeling the sample size will be small/literate enough to make more "right" choices than you're letting on. I'd cast a vote myself but I'm WAY toooooo lazy...like all good Americans, I might add. ;-)



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It can't be any worse than the British, who voted about a year ago that the most important event in British history was the death of Princess Diana.



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