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Robert Bailey fosters grassroots humanities programs in Arkansas.
By John C. Williams
Michael Gillette works to make Humanities Texas as noticeable as the handsome mansion it is restoring and using as a new headquarters.
By Rebecca Onion
Virginia's Robert Vaughan connects his state to the world.
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