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  • July 30, 2012 - 4:58 PM

“Pride
of
Minneapolis,”
the
mills --
where
the
great
1878
flour-dust
explosion
leveled
neighborhoods,
killed
eighteen,
and
shook
surrounding
hills --
look
on
from
either
shore,
vacantly,
like
veterans
unable
or
unwilling
to
suffer
senseless
suffering
anymore.

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