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Rearview: Hawaii and the Electoral College reminiscent of American capital’s present-day drama

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                                The Tropic Lightning insignia of the 25th Infantry Division was visible in December on the Army football team in its game against Navy.
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The Tropic Lightning insignia of the 25th Infantry Division was visible in December on the Army football team in its game against Navy.

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                                Richard Nixon, right, beat John Kennedy, left, in the first count of Hawaii ballots in 1960. Kennedy won after a lengthy recount, causing two sets of electors to be “sent” to Washington, D.C.
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Richard Nixon, right, beat John Kennedy, left, in the first count of Hawaii ballots in 1960. Kennedy won after a lengthy recount, causing two sets of electors to be “sent” to Washington, D.C.

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                                The Tropic Lightning insignia of the 25th Infantry Division was visible in December on the Army football team in its game against Navy.
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                                Richard Nixon, right, beat John Kennedy, left, in the first count of Hawaii ballots in 1960. Kennedy won after a lengthy recount, causing two sets of electors to be “sent” to Washington, D.C.