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From the Archives: Ten Great Charles Krauthammer Columns

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Yesterday Charles Krauthammer passed away at 68. Here’s a look back at some of his past writing that reflects his wide-ranging passions, humor, wit, and wisdom.

On the unlikely comeback of the Cardinals’ Rick Ankiel.

On the thrills of the World Chess Championship.

On the 50th anniversary of Sputnik.

On his journey from left to right.

On 25 years of writing his syndicated column.

On the legacy of George W. Bush.

On the Martin Luther King Jr. monument.

On the idiocy of airport security.

On Obama’s “you didn’t build that” comment.

On the end of the liberal-democratic historical moment.

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