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"Edwardsville was the first place where I understood what manners were for...They allowed people who may not even have liked each other much to get along effortlessly in the closest quarters. They were a way for tradition, faith, courtesy, and habit to exchange places in a ceaseless dance."
— Lee Sandlin, author of The Distancers: An American Memoir.
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