Nation: Living Bond

When the sheriff of Maricopa County laid aside his six-shooters and went to Washington, President Taft's cow Pauline was grazing on the White House lawn, and about the only Roosevelt anyone had ever heard of was Colonel Teddy. Dwight Eisenhower was a cadet at West Point, Lyndon Johnson was barely out of diapers, and John F. Kennedy was not even born. The world has changed almost beyond recognition since 1912, but last week, as Stanford University honored one of its most celebrated alumni with a distinguished service award, Arizona's Senator Carl Hayden, 89,...

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