The Uses of Unhappiness

In honor of Memorial Day, some musings on Ralph Waldo Emerson’s first two sermons, and a bobbin boy named Nathaniel Prentiss Banks, who came from poverty and grew up to be an ardent abolitionist, and perhaps the least accomplished Union General in the Civil War.

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