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All week long, the president of Emory, James W. Wagner, had been trying to control the damage done by a column he wrote for the university magazine. In it, he praised the 1787 three-fifths compromise, which allowed each slave to be counted as three-fifths of a person in determining how much Congressional power the Southern states would have, as an example of how polarized people could find common ground.
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Busy guy. RT @RobbieBrown07: Back on my old beat: Protest and race at Emory http://t.co/UYTyjWQahB

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