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Examiner Local Editorial: Locked out of the White House

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Ever since 1829, when President Jackson became the nation's first chief executive to invite the public into the White House to celebrate his first inauguration, Americans have regarded the gracefully columned mansion on Pennsylvania Avenue as their house, too. Recent visitors are much better behaved than in Jackson's day, when people stood on upholstered chairs in muddy boots to catch a glimpse...

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