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Caleb McDaniel, “The Colored Expatriates of the American Revolution,” Mode for Caleb, 22 May, takes issue with Jill Lepore’s “Goodbye, Columbus,” New Yorker, 8 May, to consider how subsequent African Americans’ regarded their kinsmen who abandoned the United States  magnets For Sale the end of the Revolution.

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