It was quite a wrench to see you go away. I watched the train pull out as I walked up the platform and I felt most decidedly lonesome. I’m glad the d—- Senate acted according to its usual form and that the weather conspired with it so I could take you to the train. I am more of a sentimentalist at fifty-seven than I was a sixteen—and that is a most astronomical statement. You know at sixteen I had read all the books, including the encyclopedias, in the Independence Public Library and had been through the Bible twice and I thought—and still think—that you were Esther, Ruth, and Bathsheba, all combined."
In her retirement years, Sandra Day O’Connor has made a mission of improving civics education. Understanding how much time kids spend on the web, online games are a central part of her iCivics webpage.
I liked Counties Work (which is kind of “Pretend You’re Leslie Knope!”) and Do I Have a Right (run your own civil rights law firm).