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Calling All Inventors

This is an open letter to all readers. I am calling upon you to invent. Are you wondering why I’m asking you to invent in a magazine devoted to U.S. history? Think about it. The United States has contributed an amazing number of scientific discoveries and technological inventions to the world. It happened over time. At first, the nation built on ideas

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