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Artifices from Chapelier Fou.
A smidge of [Equality Under the Law](http://: https://geo.music.apple.com/us/album/equality-under-the-law/569934319?i=569934714&mt=1&app=music) from John Williams score to Lincoln.
I Can See Your Tracks (Instrumental) from Laura Veirs.
Bone Collector by Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge
Some of Increase by David Lang
[Serenade for Alto Saxophone and Strings: IV Stella’s Dance](http:// https://geo.music.apple.com/us/album/serenade-for-alto-saxophone-and-strings-v-evensong/462122423?i=462122731&mt=1&app=music) by David Liptak
Johnny Griffin’s version of [Woody’n You](http:// https://geo.music.apple.com/us/album/woodyn-you-instrumental/1443062797?i=1443063227&mt=1&app=music)
Last Days of Summer by Maria Avos
This story started by reading The War Lovers: Lodge, Hearst, Roosevelt and the Rush to Empire, Evan Thomas’ history of the Spanish American War.
Doris Kearns Goodwin adds more in The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys.
Lodge’s memoir is here.
Robert Grant’s is here.
Henry Adams’ is here.