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ASU professor says state’s health relies on biomedicine (access required)

The 1960 presidential race gave John F. Kennedy the top office by the thinnest of margins, a mere two-tenths of a percentage point in the popular vote. He received 303 electoral votes to Richard Nixon’s 219 and among allegations of voting fraud in certain states, Kennedy assumed the Oval Office. Intriguing as it was for the ...

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