An enduring monument

From left, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio and Vice President Joe Biden take their seats as as they arrive for a ceremony Wednesday to dedicate the statue of Frederick Douglass, far right, in the Emancipation Hall of the United States Visitor Center on Capitol Hill in Washington. The bronze statue of Douglass is by Maryland artist Steve Weitzman. Behind them is a bronze statue of William Edgar Borah of Idaho by Bryant Baker.
From left, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio and Vice President Joe Biden take their seats as as they arrive for a ceremony Wednesday to dedicate the statue of Frederick Douglass, far right, in the Emancipation Hall of the United States Visitor Center on Capitol Hill in Washington. The bronze statue of Douglass is by Maryland artist Steve Weitzman. Behind them is a bronze statue of William Edgar Borah of Idaho by Bryant Baker. Carolyn Kaster/AP Photo

From left, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio and Vice President Joe Biden take their seats as as they arrive for a ceremony Wednesday to dedicate the statue of Frederick Douglass, far right, in the Emancipation Hall of the United States Visitor Center on Capitol Hill in Washington. The bronze statue of Douglass is by Maryland artist Steve Weitzman. Behind them is a bronze statue of William Edgar Borah of Idaho by Bryant Baker.

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